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#CultureSEN member @WeavingMusic has over 100 custom made, museum grade exhibition stands for sale, for a negotiated price. The stanchions have bases 30cm x 30cm x 80cm and can be fully dismantled. Contact elisekelly@trolise.co.uk for details. pic.twitter.com/Pe7n…

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Bulletin Articles
14th December 2006

Social enterprise graduates double in a year

Social enterprise graduates double in a year   14.12.06     A pioneering leadership programme for social enterprise has seen its number of graduates double in the last twelve months. &n…
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Bulletin Articles
14th December 2006

Public vs private: is there a third way for the NHS?

Public vs private: is there a third way for the NHS? Social enterprises are taking on the private sector to compete for business and bring new ideas to the health service. By Jennifer Veitch. The Hera…
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Bulletin Articles
13th December 2006

Free cash machines for poor areas

Free cash machines for poor areas    BBC 13.12.06     Up to 600 free-to-use cash machines are going to be placed in low income areas of the country, it has been announced.  …
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Bulletin Articles
12th December 2006

As climate change threatens skiing, hill resort aims to diversify

As climate change threatens skiing, hill resort aims to diversify John RossScotsman12.12.06 THE CairnGorm Mountain resort yesterday launched a plan for its long-term sustainability, with or without sn…
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Bulletin Articles
12th December 2006

The DIY State

The DIY State   When it comes to public service reform, extra money and top-down rules can only achieve so much. A new ethos of self-help is needed, and its prophet is a former Catholic priest an…
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2006

Champignon socialism

Champignon socialism   Sunday Herald 10.12.06     IT'S TWO days before Thanksgiving, and the Park Slope Food Co-op is straining at the seams. Organic turkeys reared in upstate New York …
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2006

We Can Put Poverty in the Museums – 2006 Nobel Lecture

We Can Put Poverty in the Museums    Muhammad Yunus Nobel Lecture Oslo 10.12.06     Your Majesties, Your Royal Highnesses, Honorable Members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Exce…
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2006

Profits save the world

Profits save the world   More firms are seeing the value of helping local communities, the developing world and the environment. Andrew Stone reports on the rise of the social enterprise   …
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2006

Consultation on community investment tax relief and other incenti…

Consultation on community investment tax relief and other incentives Cabinet Office07.12.06 The Government yesterday set out where interested parties might submit evidence on how the operation of the…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2006

Plan for third sector role in public services and interim third s…

Plan for third sector role in public services and interim third sector review published e-gov07.12.06 Alongside today's Pre-Budget Report two reports were published to strengthen the partnership betwe…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2006

Community Groups to Benefit from Co-operative Profit Share

Community Groups to Benefit from Co-operative Profit Share   08.12.06     The Co-operative Group has declared a members' share of profit (dividend) totalling £13m*of which almost £45…
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Uncategorised
8th December 2006

First Port: background paper

First Port: background paper December 2006 Introduction When Senscot established its Exchange service pilot, the plan was always to float it off as an independent organisation as it became necessary t…