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Bulletin Articles
21st April 2006

New type of fund ‘lets charities invest in property’

New type of fund ‘lets charities invest in property'   Third Sector magazine 21.04.06     Charities are being urged to consider a new form of indirect property investment due to be a…
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Bulletin Articles
21st April 2006

Tory poverty pledge requires more teeth

Tory poverty pledge requires more teeth   Laurence DemarcoRegeneration & Renewal21.04.06 In 1979, after 30 years of the welfare state, child poverty in Britain was at an all-time low of…
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Senscot Bulletin
21st April 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 21-04-2006

Dear members and friends, Spent Easter holiday alone - it was great. Saturday, Sunday, Monday - pottering about the house and garden, doing very little. As I get older I find that I need more solitude…
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Bulletin Articles
21st April 2006

Social entrepreneurs: Hard heads, high minds

Social entrepreneurs: Hard heads, high minds   Kirsten Downer Third Sector magazine 19.04.06 Make money, or do something worthwhile: the two often seem hopelessly contradictory. But a new breed …
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Uncategorised
20th April 2006

Social enterprise and EU funding

Social enterprise and EU funding A briefing paper for the Scottish Executiveby the Scottish Social Enterprise CoalitionApril 2006 Introduction This paper is intended to make the case for continued use…
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Bulletin Articles
20th April 2006

Social entrepreneurs: who are they, really?

Social entrepreneurs: who are they, really? Laurence Demarco outlines the values driving social entrepreneurs and suggests that it is merely a new word for an age-old human drive View magazineIssue 4 …
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Bulletin Articles
20th April 2006

Power to the people: how much do we really value community empowe…

Power to the people: how much do we really value community empowerment View magazineIssue 4 The concept of community empowerment, argues Stephen Maxwell, is still entangled in the rhetoric of partners…
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Bulletin Articles
19th April 2006

David Donnison Lecture

David Donnison Lecture   26 October 2005   Public Lecture and Reception to mark the 80th Birthday of Professor David Donnison Emeritus Professor and Senior Hon Research Fellow 6.00 pm on Wed…
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Bulletin Articles
18th April 2006

Come on down… the price is right

Come on down… the price is right   Stephen Maxwell Third Force News 14.04.06     Public procurement policy seems a long way from the interests which draw people into volunmry action. …
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Bulletin Articles
18th April 2006

Scots wind farm powering ahead

Scots wind farm powering ahead   18.04.06     A Scottish wind farm has become the first in the UK to generate over 100 MW of power   Hadyard Hill, owned and operated by Scottish a…
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13th April 2006

Senscot Exchange – Evaluation, April 2006

The Senscot Exchange has handled over 1,000 personal responses since Autumn 2004.Here is an evaluation document (Word format) of its work so far. http://www.senscot.net/docs/exchange_evaluation06.doc…
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Senscot Bulletin
13th April 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 13-04-2006

Dear members and friends, Bulletin early for tomorrow’s Good Friday holiday.  Holy Week – Semana Santa – thoughts of Seville.  The thunder of drums - the pagan splendour of the process…