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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
15th October 2009

Search for Social Enterprise Snapper

Search for Social Enterprise SnapperSSEC15.10.09 The Scottish Social Enterprise Coalition has launched the search for an inspiring photographer to visually capture social enterprises in Scotland, tell…
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Bulletin Articles
15th October 2009

Responsible Finance Campaign and Coalition

Responsible Finance Campaign and Coalition CDFA15.10.09 The Responsible Finance Coalition (RFC) [working title] is a broad alliance of third sector and community organisations with a shared interest i…
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Bulletin Articles
14th October 2009

Self-care and expert patients

Self-care and expert patientsDenis Campbell, The Guardian30.09.09 'Self-care is one of the great ideas that the NHS has to grasp. At the moment they think too much that healthcare professionals should…
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9th October 2009

Networks1st Update: Friday 9th October 2009

This year’s Social Enterprise Ceilidh is filling up fast! We’ve already received some excellent bids for the Dragons` Den but there are still a few days left before the closing date of 15t…
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Senscot Bulletin
9th October 2009

Senscot Bulletin: 09.10.09

Dear members and friends, I picked the last of the sweet peas this week – October blasts sent the swallows on their way – by the end of the month it'll be dark by 4pm. But I'm enjoying the autumn …
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Bulletin Articles
9th October 2009

Q&A: Social enterprises and the law

Q&A: Social enterprises and the lawIain Cathcart, The Guardian06.10.09 What is a social enterprise? Social enterprises are businesses which exist to pursue social and environmental objectives, rat…
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8th October 2009

Networks1st Update: 28th August

Graeme McKechnie, the new Procurement Issues Manager for the Scottish Government, has been in touch to highlight a number of opportunities the Government would like to see being taken up by social ent…
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2009

Getting community ownership back on track

Community Land Conference: Harris Hotel, Tarbert, Isle of HarrisJames Hunter29 September 2009 Keynote address: James HunterThree propositions that were put to delegates by James Hunter during his spee…
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Uncategorised
7th October 2009

Feasibility Report into a Legal Service for Social Enterprise

Feasibility Report into a Legal Service for Social EnterpriseSenscot07.10.09   One of Senscot's core activities is to help develop the social enterprise sector in Scotland - informed by feedback …
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2009

Social Scots Clueless About Social Enterprise

Social Scots Clueless About Social Enterprise Glasgow Chamber05.10.09 Almost half of Scotland’s population don’t know what a social enterprise is yet it generates over £2bn for Scotland’s econo…
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Uncategorised
7th October 2009

Social Enterprise and Single Outcome Agreements

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND SINGLE OUTCOME AGREEMENTSSenscot07.10.09   Introduction and summary   1.  Senscot and the Scottish Social Enterprise Coalition commissioned the Pool – DTA Scotla…
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2009

Time for banks to play their part

Time for banks to play their partLarry Elliott, The Observer07.10.09 Plans to force Britain's banks to pump money into poor communities in exchange for their massive taxpayer bailouts are being drawn …