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All SEN Members Session | Flexible Working & Mental Wellbeing. Join us on Monday 24th August, 3pm to explore flexible working as a way to support staff MH&W as we move towards Phase 4. Fantastic speakers lined up. More info ➡️➡️bit.ly/2ECSOYH #socent #mentalwellbeing pic.twitter.com/Fw1s…

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Bulletin Articles
17th November 2009

Community Allowance scheme pilots announced

Community Allowance scheme pilots announcedDavid Ainsworth, Third Sector05.11.09 Foresight, Learning Links and St Peter's Partnerships will benefit from DWP scheme for unemployed. A Government-backed …
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13th November 2009

Networks 1st Update: 13th November 2009

The Social Enterprise Ceilidh is now officially FULL! There is another great line up of speakers from social entrepreneurs Marie Marin (N. Ireland), Paul Smith (Stranraer) and Derek Marshall (Dundee) …
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Senscot Bulletin
13th November 2009

Senscot Bulletin: 13.11.09

Dear members and friends,  There’s a weekly feature in the Big Issue where someone sends a letter to their 16 year old self – this set me thinking – so here goes:  Dear Laurence – at…
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Bulletin Articles
13th November 2009

Localism good, big state bad: is David Cameron right?

Localism good, big state bad: is David Cameron right? Owen Bowcott and Patrick Butler - The Guardian11.11.09 David Cameron's speech on poverty, the state and the mass engagement of a new generation of…
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Bulletin Articles
13th November 2009

The Social Economy

The Social Economy, International Perspectives on Economic SolidarityEdited by Ash Amin13.11.09 About the Book As the current economic crisis spreads around the globe questions are being asked about w…
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Bulletin Articles
13th November 2009

Asset Transfer Unit estimates 1,000 local authority asset transfe…

Asset Transfer Unit estimates 1,000 local authority asset transfers to communities are currently underwayDevelopment Trust Association10.11.09 Two and a half years on from the Quirk Review the fourth …
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Bulletin Articles
12th November 2009

Too fearful to publicise peak oil reality

Too fearful to publicise peak oil realityMadeleine Bunting, The Guardian10.11.09 The economic establishment accepts the world soon won't be able to meet energy demands, but wants to keep quiet about i…
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Bulletin Articles
11th November 2009

Letter to Gordon Brown

Letter to Gordon BrownGroup of Labour MPs re: Childcare Vouchers11.11.09 Rt Hon Gordon Brown MPPrime Minister10 Downing StreetLondonSW1A 2AA 10th November 2009 Dear Prime Minister, Extension of free c…
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Bulletin Articles
11th November 2009

Champions of the Overdog

Champions of the OverdogGeorge Monbiot, Published in The Guardian09.11.09 Local papers are vanishing. Does it matter? They are the pillars of the community, champions of the underdog, the scourge of c…
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Bulletin Articles
11th November 2009

Excessive salaries ‘corrupting sector’s ethos’

Excessive salaries 'corrupting sector's ethos', says UnitePaul Jump, Third Sector Online09.11.09 Trade union calls for charities to iron out inequalities and bring in flat pay increases The ethos of t…
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6th November 2009

Networks 1st Update: 6th November 2009

The shortlist for Scotland’s first Social Enterprise Awards was announced this week. We’re delighted to see a number of LSEN members figuring on the list, including Wise Group, Alloa Commu…
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Senscot Bulletin
6th November 2009

Senscot Bulletin: 06.11.09

Dear members and friends,  Columnists who write about writing the column they write – are usually running on empty – so I try not to go there; but I’m making an exception today because this…