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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
18th October 2006

The Marketing Needs of the Social Enterprise Sector

The Marketing Needs of the Social Enterprise SectorRocket Science Executive Summary   The size and profile of social enterprise has grown considerably in recent years.  Existing research has…
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Bulletin Articles
17th October 2006

New Director General of the Office of the Third Sector appointed

New Director General of the Office of the Third Sector appointed   17.10.06     The Prime Minister Tony Blair has approved the appointment of Campbell Robb to be Director General, Offic…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2006

Banker to the world’s poor wins Nobel peace prize

Banker to the world's poor wins Nobel peace prize   · Bangladeshi microcredit pioneer has lent $5.7bn · Women 'empowered' by access to small loans   Randeep Ramesh, South Asia correspon…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2006

Cameron has substance – but it’s nonsense

Cameron has substance - but it’s nonsense   The Spectator 14.10.06   David Miliband says that the Tory leader’s core idea of social responsibility is s hopeless muddle of state action an…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2006

Historic alliance submits ‘roadmap’ for the Third Sector in r…

Historic alliance submits ‘roadmap’ for the Third Sector in response to government review 16.10.06  The newly formed Third Sector Network, which brings together the representative bodies for …
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2006

Group calls for ‘enterprise for all’

Group calls for ‘enterprise for all'   16.10.06     A new government ministerial department, dedicated to people who want to run their own businesses to ensure that people from all wa…
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Senscot Bulletin
13th October 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 13-10-2006

Dear members and friends, My mountain retreat was beautiful, austere, remote - at 3,000 feet the air was pine forest pure. But I fell out with the guy who runs the place. I think I reminded him of his…
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Bulletin Articles
13th October 2006

Benefit of colleges clear, finds study

Benefit of colleges clear, finds study   Regeneration & Renewal 13.10.06     For every £1 invested in Scotland's colleges, the country's economy benefits by at least £3.20, says …
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Bulletin Articles
13th October 2006

Urban Forum calls for dedicated funding for community networks

Urban Forum calls for dedicated funding for community networks   Rosie Niven New Start magazine 11.10.06     A lack of ring fenced funding at a local level is preventing community empo…
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Bulletin Articles
13th October 2006

Nobel for anti-poverty pioneers

Nobel for anti-poverty pioneers   BBC13.10.06 Bangladesh's Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank have been awarded the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize. Mr Yunus, an economist, founded the bank, which …
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Bulletin Articles
13th October 2006

Secretary of State for Health announces £1m for social enterpris…

Secretary of State for Health announces £1m for social enterprises at NHS Networks eventNHS Networks11.10.06 At the NHS Networks conference 'Social Enterprise - is this your solution?' yesterday, key…