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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
22nd January 2009

Pluss become the first Social Firm to hold the Social Enterprise …

Pluss become the first Social Firm to hold the Social Enterprise MarkRISE13.01.09 Martin Davies said the Social Enterprise Mark is proof of Pluss delivering an ‘effective’ service. He added: ‘We…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd January 2009

Politicians need a pedestal. Young lovers don’t.

Politicians need a pedestal. Young lovers don't.Kenneth Roy, Scottish Review22.01.09 I thought briefly of my young friend Barack Obama (he was kind enough to send me an email yesterday on the eve of h…
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16th January 2009

Networks1st Update: 16th January 2009

Senscot will be carrying out an LSEN Vital Statistics Survey. We'll be getting in touch with Network members about this over the coming months in an effort to gather information at an organisational a…
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Bulletin Articles
16th January 2009

Third Sector Funding

Scottish Investment Fund The £30m Scottish Investment Fund, which opened for applications on 1 September 2008, will help established Third Sector organisations secure a transformational step change i…
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Senscot Bulletin
16th January 2009

Senscot Bulletin: 16.01.09

Dear members and friends,  Since 2001 when the present format was adopted, I don't believe this bulletin has missed a deadline – how compulsive is that?  We always skip 2 editions over the…
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Bulletin Articles
15th January 2009

Measuring Social Return

Measuring Social ReturnThe Scottish Government12.01.09 The Scottish Government is pleased to announce that a project to develop, promote and support the use of a standard form for measuring social ret…
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Bulletin Articles
15th January 2009

Island newspaper saved through community enterprise

Island newspaper saved through community enterpriseAmy Liptrot, Social Enterprise Mag13.01.09 A local newspaper in the western isles of Scotland has been saved from closure by raising money from the c…
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Bulletin Articles
15th January 2009

More cash assistance for social entrepreneurs

More cash assistance for social entrepreneursThe Herald15.01.09 Social entrepreneurs are being encouraged to apply for a share of £12m of funding launched this month to help stimulate growth in the s…
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Bulletin Articles
15th January 2009

Time to listen when capitalism’s champions call for state banki

Time to listen when capitalism’s champions call for state banking Iain Macwhirter, The Herald15.01.09 WHEN EVEN New Labour is talking about nationalisation of the banks, you know that the financial …
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Bulletin Articles
15th January 2009

The echoing silence

The echoing silenceHarold Pinter31.02.08 I'm not a theorist. I'm not an authoritative or reliable commentator on the dramatic scene, the social scene, any scene. I write plays, when I can manage it, a…
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Bulletin Articles
15th January 2009

Guide on Funding for Social Enterprises

Guide on Funding for Social EnterprisesSSEC13.01.09 The Coalition has produced a basic guide to funding available to social enterprise for those new to the movement. ‘Funding For Social Enterprise…
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9th January 2009

Networks1st Update: 9th January 2009

Voice 09 is the main UK wide jamboree for the social enterprise sector and last year Senscot organised a delegation from the Networks down to Liverpool. This year the event will be held in Birmingham …