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Bulletin Articles
7th August 2006

Deprived areas to get no-fee cash dispensers

Deprived areas to get no-fee cash dispensers    Jamie Carpenter Regeneration & Renewal - 04 August 2006     Two high street banks are to install free-to-use cash dispensers i…
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Bulletin Articles
4th August 2006

Council secondees we can do without

Council secondees we can do without  Laurence DemarcoRegeneration & Renewal04.08.06 In this column I have written about the work of Dick Atkinson and the residents of Birmingham's Balsall Hea…
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Bulletin Articles
4th August 2006

Deprived areas to get no-fee cash dispensers

Deprived areas to get no-fee cash dispensers  Jamie CarpenterRegeneration & Renewal04.08.06 Two high street banks are to install free-to-use cash dispensers in some of the UK's most deprived…
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Senscot Bulletin
4th August 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 04-08-2006

Dear members and friends, It’s impossible to observe the way some people abuse alcohol without concluding that they are trying to destroy themselves.  I speak from personal experience.  Th…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd August 2006

Intellectual ferment poured into CICs!

Intellectual ferment poured into CICs! Lawyer Stephen Lloyd, one of the fathers of the Community Interest Company, explains how the concept came into being and outlines his hopes for how it will devel…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd August 2006

An Enterprising Failure: why a promising social franchise collaps…

An Enterprising Failure: why a promising social franchise collapsed By Paul Tracey & Owen JarvisStanford Social Innovation Review, Spring 2006 03.08.06 An article about Aspire, a successful social…
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Uncategorised
3rd August 2006

Social Inclusion and Voluntary Issues Division – Responsibi

Social Inclusion and Voluntary Issues Division - Responsibilities     Update from the Scottish Executive July 2006   This powerpoint chart illustrates the current structure and are…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd August 2006

Social Enterprise 2.0: Moving toward a sustainable model

Social Enterprise 2.0: Moving toward a sustainable model   By Jim Schorr Stanford Social Innovation Review Summer 2006     IN 1994, JUMA VENTURES OPENED A BEN & JERRY'S ice cream st…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd August 2006

Faint Praise for Community Planning

Faint Praise for Community Planning Stephen Maxwell Third Force News28.07.06 Community planning was the big idea for the better governance of Scotland in the first years of the Scottish Parliament As …
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Bulletin Articles
2nd August 2006

Tories ask big hitters to help develop policy

Tories ask big hitters to help develop policy     Third sector magazine 02.08.06   A group of key voluntary umbrella bodies has been called in by the  Conservative Party to help it…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd August 2006

First buy-out by an urban group of a commercial building

First buy-out by an urban group of a commercial building   Senscot 02.08.06     The people of Neilston in East Renfrewshire could be about to make history by becoming the first urban a…
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Bulletin Articles
1st August 2006

Bid to broaden youth work appeal

Bid to broaden youth work appeal   01.08/06     A consultation on plans to get more young people involved in activities and youth organisations was launched today.   At a visit to …