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Are you sitting on an idea that could bring about positive social change? Good news! Applications for Glasgow's @GoodIdeasScot programme have been extended until Thursday 19th September at 9am. See details: good-ideas.org/apply…

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Bulletin Articles
23rd October 2008

Fairness, equality and opportunity

Fairness, equality and opportunityMark Smith, The Herlad18.10.08 A believer in fate might have foreseen that one day Eunice Lancaster would find herself in this most unlikely of professions - banker t…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd October 2008

Lessons from America could smooth the CLT path

Lessons from America could smooth the CLT pathGuest lecture by John Davis17.10.08 ‘It is a strange duck that nobody has seen walking down the road before,’ explains John Emmeus Davis, one of the l…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd October 2008

As Brown poses as FDR, look ahead to a very new capitalism

As Brown poses as FDR, look ahead to a very new capitalismCharles Leadbeater, The Spectator15.10.08 We should be searching for a new kind of capitalism, and not just according to the far Left. That is…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd October 2008

Community Energy Scotland

Community Energy Scotland WHO WE ARE We are a registered charity who actively support, assist and fund community groups throughout Scotland to enable the installation of renewable energy technologies …
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17th October 2008

Networks1st Update: 17th October 2008

Bookings for this year's Dragon's Den are mounting up – we`ve got 8 applications so far - but there's still time to get your application in. As usual, we only have five places available in the …
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Bulletin Articles
17th October 2008

Anti-democratic nature of US capitalism is being exposed

  Anti-democratic nature of US capitalism is being exposedBy Noam ChomskyTHE SIMULTANEOUS unfolding of the US presidential campaign and unraveling of the financial markets presents one of those o…
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Senscot Bulletin
17th October 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 17.10.08

Dear members and friends, The 15 years I worked in Wester Hailes changed the direction of my life – that’s when I came to think of myself as a community worker – I still do. Trying to reflect on…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2008

Prove and Improve

Prove and ImproveDavid Parker, New SectorOct, 2008   For years the 'thinkers' in the social economy have been emphasising the importance of some form of social reporting. If social enterprises, c…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2008

Scottish Government accused of ‘lethargy’ over empowerment

Scottish Government accused of ‘lethargy’ over empowermentnew start15.10.08 Third sector leaders have accused the Scottish Government of being lethargic about community empowerment, claiming minis…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2008

The city has gained plaudits from Lonely Planet – but with …

The city has gained plaudits from Lonely Planet - but with high levels of poverty and alcohol abuse Lesley Riddoch, The Guardian15.10.08 So Glasgow is the only British city to make it in to the Lonely…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2008

Situation vacant: a theorist is sought to succeed Mr Keynes

Situation vacant: a theorist is sought to succeed Mr KeynesDavid Marquand, The Guardian11.10.08 The astonishing boldness of the government's attempt to get credit flows moving again has rightly receiv…
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Bulletin Articles
16th October 2008

Andrew Simms, The Guardian

When money's too tightAndrew Simms, The GuardianPolicy director, New Economics Foundation15.10.08 Too many of us ended up believing in the reality of economic Narnia. Now it is left to the real econom…