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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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19th September 2008

Networks1st Update: 19th September 2008

This year's Social Enterprise Ceilidh is open for bookings. Every year over 100 people attend the event at New Lanark, 80% of them active social entrepreneurs. This year we'd like to get applications …
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2008

PricewaterhouseCoopers to offer social enterprises free help and …

PricewaterhouseCoopers to offer social enterprises free help and adviceNEWS RELEASEWednesday 17th September PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Scotland is offering free business planning advice to social ent…
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2008

Climate Change Fund

Climate Change FundScottish Government Press Release17.09.08 In a news release on September 17, 2008 Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead announced a total of £705,700 awarded to 14 projects in the…
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2008

Third Sector Task Group

Third Sector Task GroupSCVO Press ReleaseSeptember 2008 The full membership of the Task Group is as follows: Harry McGuigan (CoSLA), Alison Elliot (SCVO), John Swinney (Scottish Government), Tracey S…
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2008

‘Communities in the driving seat’ – Blears unve…

 'Communities in the driving seat' - Blears unveils new round of pilotsDCLG16 September 2008 New steps were announced this week as part of a nationwide drive to put more power into the hands of l…
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2008

Our mission isn’t everything

Our mission isn't everythingCraig Dearden-Phillips, The Guardian19.09.08 Charities talk a lot about being mission-driven organisations, about how their commitment to a good cause infuses their work wi…
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2008

Fablevision is Scotland’s Centre for Cultural Planning

Fablevision is Scotland's Centre for Cultural PlanningFablevision19.09.08 With more than 2 decades of experience in experimenting with artist-led interventions at the core of various policy agendas fr…
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2008

Heart patients given culinary aid

Heart patients given culinary aidBBC News19.09.08 Cardiac patients at the Astley Ainslie Hospital in Edinburgh will be urged to choose a healthy diet and ingredients to prevent future health problems.…
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Senscot Bulletin
19th September 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 19.09.08

Dear members and friends, Pedro's beach restaurant is not a fashionable haunt of the rich – but neither is it the realm of 'Full English Breakfasts' and tattoos.  Off the beaten track, it has a…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2008

Civil society on the path to independence

Civil society on the path to independenceStephen Maxwell, TfN12.09.08 Scotland's voluntary sector is far too diverse ever to yield unanimity, or even its weaker alter ego consensus, on such a complex …
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12th September 2008

Networks1st Update: 12th September 2008

People are already sending in advanced bookings for this year's Ceilidh on 20th November at New Lanark. This will be the fourth national gathering of the Local and Thematic Social Enteprise Networks. …
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Senscot Bulletin
12th September 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 12.09.08

Dear members and friends, Monday 7th September – South Queensferry. The swallows have gone already and yesterday a cold easterly squall stripped the leaves from the beautiful crimson acer. …