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Senscot Bulletin
17th November 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 17-11-2006

Dear members and friends, Melanie Reid tells us in the Herald this week about going to see the 'Red Road' film. Afternoon showing, sparse crowd, old Glasgow couple recognising 'neighbours' on the scre…
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16th November 2006

Social enterprise action plan: Scaling new heights – Execut…

Social enterprise action plan: Scaling new heights   The Cabinet Office November 2006   Below is the Executive Summary. The full document can be downloaded here: http://www.cabinetoffice.gov…
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Bulletin Articles
16th November 2006

2006 social enterprise action plan launched

2006 social enterprise action plan 16.11.06 The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, today joined Cabinet Office Ministers Hilary Armstrong and Ed Miliband in launching the Government's Social E…
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Uncategorised
15th November 2006

Charity trustee remuneration

Charity trustee remuneration With recent changes in legislation, the Senscot Exchange contacted OSCR for clarification on the issue of remuneration for trustees/directors.  There is scope for tru…
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Bulletin Articles
15th November 2006

Local ragging

Local ragging David ConnThe Guardian 15.11.06 When the BBC announced last June it was favouring Salford, Manchester's scruffy neighbour, for the corporation's major move north, its regional TV program…
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Bulletin Articles
15th November 2006

The new agents of collective change

The new agents of collective change Mel YoungEdinburgh Evening News14.11.06   With increasing global poverty, and growing concern about the damage we are doing to the planet, the vast majority of…
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Bulletin Articles
14th November 2006

Open letter: Whatever happened to learning for democracy?

Open letter: Whatever happened to learning for democracy? Three lecturers from Edinburgh University have circulated an open letter protesting that the broader democratic process is being increasingly …
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Bulletin Articles
13th November 2006

Foreign graduates remain in Scotland

Foreign graduates remain in Scotland    Regeneration & Renewal 10.11.06     More than 1,800 non-UK citizens who have graduated from Scottish universities have taken up an offe…
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Bulletin Articles
13th November 2006

The Big Issue and Jamie Oliver take the lead

The Big Issue and Jamie Oliver take the lead     Marianne Barriaux Saturday November 11, 2006 The Guardian     The Big Issue, Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, the Co-operative Group and th…
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Bulletin Articles
10th November 2006

Executive accused of business bias over Clyde regeneration

Executive accused of business bias over Clyde regeneration   Barry McCarthy New Start magazine 10.11.06     The Scottish Executive has been accused of being more interested in helping p…
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Bulletin Articles
10th November 2006

Take your partners

Take your partners How to… set up a limited liability partnership for social enterprises and voluntary groups New Start magazine 10.11.06 What is a limited liability partnership?The limited liabili…
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Senscot Bulletin
10th November 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 10-11-2006

Tel. (0131) 220 4104; Fax. (0131) 539 9999e-mail: mail@senscot.net; Web: www.senscot.net Dear members and friends, Big thrill for me this week is the arrival of my book - 1,000 copies from the printe…