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Bulletin Articles
23rd January 2008

‘Banker to the poor’ finds way to branch out

'Banker to the poor' finds way to branch outLesley Wroughton 23.01.08 Muhammad Yunus, who won a Nobel prize for inspiring a global microfinance movement, is now pioneering an idea he calls 'social bus…
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23rd January 2008

Crawford launches Caledonian fund to avert cash crisis

Crawford launches Caledonian fund to avert cash crisisThe Herald23.01.08 Glasgow Caledonian University director Robert Crawford is poised to launch a £500,000 academic commercialisation fund after wh…
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Senscot Bulletin
18th January 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 18-01-08

Dear members and friends, 'If everything came good for you Laurence, what would it be like – what is your dream of happiness?' It's one of these moments when everyone at the table stops talking and …
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Bulletin Articles
18th January 2008

Response to the Future of Housing in Scotland

Response to The Scottish Government's Discussion Document on the Future of Housing in Scotland Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations.  January, 2008   xi) Community emp…
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18th January 2008

Update from Tracey Slaven

Update from Tracey Slaven(Deputy Director, Third Sector & Social Economy, Scottish Government)10.01.08 The Third Sector division in Scottish Government has restructured internally.  The divis…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2008

Charity test consultation begins

Charity test consultation beginsEmilie FilouThird Sector Online15.01.08 Under the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005, Scottish charities have to demonstrate they are for the public b…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2008

Community Planning Conference – November 2007 – Updat

Community Planning Conference - November 2007 - Update John Swinney 17.01.08   'I hope that those of you who were able to attend the Community Planning, Delivering the Benefits Conference at Tul…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2008

Strategic Partnership Body

Press Office, BIG Lottery17.01.08Strategic Partnership Body Background:As a part of our £8.4 milllion grant to SCVO and partners to develop a support voluntary action programme, the BIG Scotland Comm…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2008

‘Good’ business can’t cure all the ills of R

'Good' business can't cure all the ills of 'bad' areasLynsey Hanley The Guardian16.01.07 I never doubted the regeneration programme in our neighbourhood would be disruptive and expensive. The alternat…
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Senscot Bulletin
11th January 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 11-01-08

Dear members and friends, Did you know that the engine patented by Rudolf Diesel in 1893 ran off peanut oil? Did you know that last year the UK Government removed tax on biodiesel – up to 50 litres …
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2008

New Fairbairn grants model ‘should attract new applicants’

New Fairbairn grants model ‘should attract new applicants’ Esmée Fairbairn Foundation 10.01.08The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation has launched a new approach to its grant funding that will see two-th…
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2008

Senscot Annual Donation

Senscot Annual Donation Every year at this time we invite readers to send a voluntary donation in support of Senscot`s work. This year, the Senscot Bulletin has no funding, and anything you send will …