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Bulletin Articles
6th June 2005

It’s a wrap for anti-poverty campaigners

It’s a wrap for anti-poverty campaigners   06.06.05     A nationwide tour in support of Make Poverty History was launched at the weekend, aiming to take anti-poverty campaigners the l…
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Bulletin Articles
6th June 2005

Rural Schools the Hub of the Community

Rural Schools the Hub of the Community   06.06.05     Primary schools in Scotland's rural areas are expanding their role to meet the needs of their wider local communities, according to…
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Bulletin Articles
6th June 2005

‘Young Scot’ bridges digital divide.

'Young Scot' brings wireless Internet access to remote Scottish communities   06.06.05     The Young Scot organisation has run an initiative to help bridge the digital divide, bringing …
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Bulletin Articles
6th June 2005

Brownfield building at all time high

Brownfield building at all time high   06.06.05     The proportion of new homes built on brownfield land is at an all time high, new statistics reveal, but suitable sites are getting s…
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Bulletin Articles
6th June 2005

Planning ‘could encourage town centre diversity’

Planning 'could encourage town centre diversity'    06.06.05     Planning gain should be used to increase the number of locally-owned shop units in town centres, according to a le…
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Bulletin Articles
6th June 2005

Lack of opportunities ‘prevents 11m volunteers in UK from givin…

Volunteers Week: Lack of opportunities ‘prevents 11m in UK from giving their time’   03.06.05     The Year of the Volunteer programme has brought into sharp relief the shortage of v…
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Bulletin Articles
5th June 2005

Poor areas more at risk from pollution

Poor areas more at risk from pollution    06.06.05     People who live in the most deprived areas of Scotland are far more likely to suffer from pollution than those living in the…
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Bulletin Articles
4th June 2005

Voluntary sector raps ‘warped’ policy focus

Voluntary sector raps 'warped' policy focus    Jamie Carpenter, Regeneration & Renewal 03.06.05     Voluntary and community sector (VCS) groups that are not part of the Gover…
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Bulletin Articles
4th June 2005

Scottish DEC ‘could harm charities’ independence̵

Scottish DEC 'could harm charities' independence'   02.06.05     The First Minister's plans to create a Scottish Executive international fundraising agency could jeopardise the indepen…
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Uncategorised
3rd June 2005

Social Accounting and Audit Manual and interactive cd

Social Accounting and Audit Manual and interactive cd   June 2005     About Social Accounting and Audit…   Social accounting and audit is a framework to enable an organisation t…
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Senscot Bulletin
3rd June 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 03-05-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 281, FRIDAY 3rd JUNE 2005   (Going out weekly to over 2500; searchable archive of bulletins at web-site, www.senscot.net)   Dear members and friends,   On…
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Uncategorised
3rd June 2005

Social Capital Profiling

Social Capital Profiling   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Colin Campbell June 2005     The sustainability of communities and their ability to thrive depends on their social capital. Social capital i…