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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
23rd October 2009

Letter to John Swinney

Letter to John SwinneySenscot and SSEC29.09.09 Senscot and the SSEC (Coalition) have written to the Govt. pointing out that we don’t acknowledge SCVO as representing the social enterprise sector. Do…
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Senscot Bulletin
23rd October 2009

Senscot Bulletin: 23.10.09

Dear members and friends,  I recently revisited Jean Giono's beautiful wee book ''The Man Who Planted Trees'' – about a simple French shepherd called Bouffier who, over 4 decades, plants hundre…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd October 2009

Lloyds bosses to hold summit with Swinney and Gray over charity r…

Lloyds bosses to hold summit with Swinney and Gray over charity rowTom Peterkin, The Scotsman21.10.09 THE Lloyds Banking Group is to meet senior politicians in a bid to heal the damaging rift with its…
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22nd October 2009

Extract from The Bolivar Lecture By Dr. Richard Holloway

Extract from The Bolivar Lecture By Dr. Richard HollowayThe Anglo-Venezuelan Society09.06.09 This is where El Sistema comes in.  It gets children playing again, playing arduously.  There are…
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22nd October 2009

Q&A: Charities and disputes

Q&A: Charities and disputesRobert Oakley, The Guardian20.10.09 Is likely that a charity will get involved in a dispute? Yes, it is almost inevitable that even a charity will find itself involved i…
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22nd October 2009

Swinney to get tough on CPPs

Swinney to get tough on CPPsTfN16.10.09 SCOTLAND'S finance minister says he is committed to bringing into line Community Planning Partnerships (CPPs) that fail to include third sector organisations at…
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16th October 2009

Networks1st Update: Friday 16th October 2009

On Monday, we attended a meeting, hosted by the Coalition, with Voluntary Action Scotland (VAS), SCVO and Volunteer Development Scotland (VDS) to share views on how things were panning out with the `s…
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Senscot Bulletin
16th October 2009

Senscot Bulletin: 16.10.09

Dear members and friends, Occasionally I like to lunch up the town – preferably somewhere I’m a ‘kent face.’  The current ‘gang hut’ is a French place in Edinburgh’s West End – go…
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Bulletin Articles
15th October 2009

Social Enterprises & Housing Associations

Social Enterprises & Housing AssociationsSenscot15.10.09 Many Housing Associations extend their activities beyond the provision of affordable housing, setting up social enterprise initiatives in a…
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Bulletin Articles
15th October 2009

The Commons and the Nobel Prize

The Commons and the Nobel PrizeAndy Wightman15.10.09 Fantastic news this evening as it is announced that Professor Elinor Ostrom is the joint winner of the Nobel Prize for economics. As a champion of…
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Bulletin Articles
15th October 2009

Tribute to Stephen Maxwell

Tribute to Stephen MaxwellMartin Sime, SCVO09.10.09 It is definitely the end of an era. Or two and a half decades to be precise since it is 25 years since Stephen Maxwell joined the Scottish Council f…
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15th October 2009

Banking crisis hits Scots charity

Banking crisis hits Scots charityBBC 15.10.09 The Lloyds TSB Foundation - which gets money from Lloyds Banking Group profits - said the bank's losses meant future funding had become uncertain. It is …