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Bulletin Articles
24th July 2006

Scots planning reforms to highlight community impact

Scots planning reforms to highlight community impact   24.07.06     A new approach to engaging local people in the planning process could lead to communities north of the border having …
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Bulletin Articles
24th July 2006

National charter needed to help empower local decision making

National charter needed to help empower local decision making   24.07.06     A national charter promoting people's right to participate in local decision making should be issued by the …
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Bulletin Articles
24th July 2006

More devolution on the way, says Kelly

More devolution on the way, says Kelly    Regeneration & Renewal 21.07.06     The Government is sending a message that it is keen to devolve greater powers to local structures…
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Bulletin Articles
24th July 2006

Leading questions: Adele Blakebrough, chief executive, Community …

Leading questions: Adele Blakebrough, chief executive, CAN Interview by Alison Benjamin19.07.06The Guardian Why are there so few large social enterprises? A lack of vision to see beyond a local or ni…
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Senscot Bulletin
23rd July 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 21-07-2006

Dear members and friends, Some day's darkness falls and my demons come back and it feels like the bad men are coming to get me again. Fear and anger intrude - nothing seems genuine - I imagine insults…
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2006

Modern miseries tend to form gangs and target the most vulnerable

Modern miseries tend to form gangs and target the most vulnerable   Susan Downer assistant editor New Start magazine 21.07.06     If you’ve seen the Young Foundation commentary on w…
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2006

Counting the seconds

Counting the seconds   21.07.06   Funding for expanding recycling companies can be hard to come by. Unity Trust Bank explains how it helps social enterprises meet financial challenges  …
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2006

Kelly is overlooking the power of assets

Kelly is overlooking the power of assets   Laurence Demarco Regeneration & Renewal 21.07.06     When Ruth Kelly took charge of the new Department for Communities and Local Governme…
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2006

Mayor’s victory sends national signal

Mayor's victory sends national signal    Adam Marshall and Max Nathan Senior Researchers at think-tank the Centre for Cities Regeneration & Renewal 21.07.06     By devolving g…
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2006

Trustee training put in focus as more than 90% admit skills gap

Trustee training put in focus as more than 90% admit skills gap   by Gemma Charles New Start magazine 21.07.06     Trustees of voluntary and community sector organisations feel they are…
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Bulletin Articles
20th July 2006

Social Enterprise Research Published

Social Enterprise Research Published   20.07.06     Co-active have commissioned and published research on several key issues that might affect social enterprises in their development an…
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Uncategorised
20th July 2006

Social Capital Conference feedback

Social Capital Conference feedback 20.07.06 On June 9th 2006, 'Social Capital: What works?' was held in Glasgow. Colin Campbell reports on feedback from the event: 33% of delegates returned their feed…