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Excellent dissertation from @ailsa_higgins on ‘Exploring the geographies of social enterprise in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland’. Key findings chime with conversations we’ve been having with SE Rural Hub and Rural SEN #socent #rural pic.twitter.com/Iahx…

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Bulletin Articles
25th May 2006

Bookdonors and parents team up

Bookdonors and parents team up   25.05.06     A new community based project to supply voluntary organisations in the Borders with free books was launched this week.   The ‘Books …
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Bulletin Articles
24th May 2006

Charity Bank claims lending capabilities of £20m

Charity Bank claims lending capabilities of £20m Third Sector magazine24.05.06 Charity Bank says it has £2Om available to lend to voluntary organisations. Figures released at the bank's annual gene…
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Bulletin Articles
24th May 2006

Social enterprises need support as well as scrutiny

Social enterprises need support as well as scrutiny Third Sector magazineAllison Ogden-Newton24.05.06 Although I do not agree with Paul Palmer's sentiment that social enterprises are a non-guilt-based…
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Bulletin Articles
24th May 2006

NCVO appoint enterprise head

NCVO appoint enterprise head By Mathew LittleThird Sector24.05.06 The NCVO is to appoint a director of enterprise to seek new sources of income. The £70,OOO-a-year head of department position will be…
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24th May 2006

The third sector’s big break

The third sector's big break Campbell Robb 24.05.06The Guardian According to the American poet Henry Longfellow, 'all things must change to something new, to something strange'. For those of us who …
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24th May 2006

Issues and Implications Arising from ‘People and Place – Rege…

Surf Open Forum - Summary Outcomes Paper on: Issues and Implications Arising from ‘People and Place – Regeneration Policy Statement Held in Edinburgh on Thursday 30th March 2006 Plenary speakers:…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd May 2006

Government accused of draconian treatment of asylum seekers

Government accused of draconian treatment of asylum seekers   · Church inquiry says wealth gap widening · Destitution 'being used as tool of coercion'   Maev Kennedy 23.05.06 The Guardi…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd May 2006

Make people happier, says Cameron

Make people happier, says Cameron 23.05.06   Tory leader David Cameron says there is more to life than making money, arguing that improving people's happiness is a key challenge for politici…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd May 2006

Futurebuilders’ money held back

Futurebuilders' money held back  Nick Loney & Joey Gardiner Regeneration & Renewal19.05.06 The next tranche of money earmarked for a major funding body for England's voluntary and communi…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd May 2006

Scottish Enterprise given £50m lifeline

Scottish Enterprise given £50m lifeline   Regeneration & Renewal 19.05.06     The Scottish Executive has come up with a £50 million rescue package to help the country's main econ…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd May 2006

Giving something back

Giving something back Kathryn CorrickNew Statesman22.05.06  Social enterprise is about more than recycling and restaurants - as the winners of an awards scheme show. Kathryn Corrick reports…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd May 2006

Urban regeneration ‘has forced many to the margins’ of UK

Urban regeneration ‘has forced many to the margins' of UK 24dash.com22.05.06  Millions of pounds have been poured into Britain's city and urban areas in recent years but the resultant growth …