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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
10th December 2009

The cover-up: The official response from the Scottish Government

The cover-up: The official response from the Scottish GovernmentKenneth Roy, Scottish Review02.12.09 The official responseThe Scottish Government has given the Scottish Review an official response to …
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2009

Scottish Government on SROI

Scottish Government on SROIThird Sector Division10.12.09 The Scottish Government has long realised that many third sector organisations have a very powerful story to tell in terms of their social and …
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Bulletin Articles
9th December 2009

The strange death of the Scottish press

The strange death of the Scottish pressHarry Reid09.12.09 Here are two episodes that reflect very well on the Scottish press. The first is from the late 1980s; the second is from the early 1990s. Whe…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

Why should bankers be well paid?

Why should bankers be well paid?Diarmid Weir, The Guardian04.12.09 It appears that the directors of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) believe that they will have a duty to resign if the government (whi…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

Scotland calls for improved UK government support for social ente…

Scotland calls for improved UK government support for social enterprise Gemma Hampson, Social Enterprise Mag04.12.09 The UK government should embed community benefit clauses into its programmes and re…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

Rebel Dailly fights unfair finance

Rebel Dailly fights unfair financeSimon Bain, Herald Scotland04.12.09 He speaks his mind, exudes enthusiasm, earns a very modest salary, and annoys bankers, bureaucrats and politicians. In his crampe…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

Reflections on my time in Wester Hailes 1976-1990

Reflections on my time in Wester Hailes 1976-1990 by Laurence Demarco (July 2009) 1. Introduction 'Democracy can only be based on tiers of autonomy- on people trusting people who trust other people- a…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

New third sector boss brings some vital statistics

New third sector boss brings some vital statistics Gemma Hampson, Social Enterprise Mag04.12.09 One of the government's chief number crunchers has been announced as the new supremo of the third sector…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

Reflections on the First Decade of the 2000s

Reflections on the First Decade of the 2000sAnand Giridhardas, New York Times04.12.09 When calendrical milestones pass, however arbitrary they are, they induce reflection. We look back with a feeling …
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

Measuring social return is a ‘hot topic’

Measuring social return is a 'hot topic' Chrisanthi Giotis, Social Enterprise Mag08.12.09 Investors across the world are helping drive interest in measuring social return on investment (SROI), say lea…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2009

Civil servant Anderson is handed job as new director general of O…

Civil servant Anderson is handed job as new director general of OTS John Plummer, Third Sector08.12.09 When Campbell Robb was appointed as the first director general of the Office of the Third Sector …
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Senscot Bulletin
7th December 2009

Senscot Bulletin: 04.12.09

Dear members and friends,  Wandering round an Anglican church in London recently, I spot a simple wooden madonna – probably medieval.  I sit with it for a while – peaceful – not so muc…