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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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4th December 2009

Networks1st Update: Friday 4th December 2009

As we said last week, the 2009 Ceilidh was another great success. We’ve now completed our survey – to see if you agreed with us - but also to try and improve the Ceilidh in the future. 66 …
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4th December 2009

Press Release: The 2009 Surf Awards: Celebrating Successful Regen…

Press Release: The 2009 Surf Awards: Celebrating Successful Regeneration In A Difficult ClimateSURF04.12.09 Community based projects and their locally run services are vital in holding together the fr…
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4th December 2009

‘‘Three in One’’: Discussion Paper on Third Sector Infras…

''Three in One'': Discussion Paper on Third Sector Infrastructure. Senscot 04.12.09   It is useful to think of our modern mixed economy as comprising 3 systems; the first, private and profit driv…
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4th December 2009

GCVS Consultation Meeting: Key Messages

GCVS Consultation Meeting: Key MessagesGCVS 25.11.09   Having covered the issues outlined above, GCVS asked participants to summarise the key messages they want us to communicate to local authori…
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3rd December 2009

Images of north-east village go on show

Images of north-east village go on showPress and Journal30.11.09 Images of a proposed new village in the heart of Deeside were unveiled at a public exhibition. About 50 people attended the event to fi…
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3rd December 2009

Q&A: Setting up a Community Interest Company

Q&A: Setting up a Community Interest CompanyTom Pratt, The Guardian03.12.09 1. So, what is a Community Interest Company (CIC) and how is it connected with social enterprise? CICs were developed t…
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3rd December 2009

‘Grameen Banking and its Replication in Scotland’

'Grameen Banking and its Replication in Scotland'Glasgow Caldeonian University10.12.09 A seminar and discussion with Professor Latifee, Managing Director, Grameen Trust Dhaka Continuing Professional D…
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3rd December 2009

How Glasgow’s media quarter could win the city an internati…

How Glasgow's media quarter could win the city an international audienceDanny Meaney, NewStart Magazine03.12.09 To an outsider familiar with large¬scale regeneration projects, the Pacific Quay glass …
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3rd December 2009

Recruitment of New Board Members

Recruitment of New Board MembersOne World Shop03.12.09 The One World Shop Ltd. has been the trailblazer for the fair trade movement in Scotland over the last 25 years.  It operates two shops in E…
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3rd December 2009

Feedback on application process

Feedback on application processBig Lottery Fund Scotland03.12.09 The Big Lottery Fund Scotland office  is currently working hard to develop a range of new funding opportunities, which we will lau…
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3rd December 2009

Last-minute wobble for social enterprise shopping challenge

Last-minute wobble for social enterprise shopping challenge Chrisanthi Giotis, Social Enterprise Magazine01.12.09 The man who swore to spend all of November purchasing only from social enterprises suc…
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3rd December 2009

Why Social Entrepreneurs will lead the Next Generation of Busines…

Why Social Entrepreneurs will lead the Next Generation of BusinessJerri Chou, Huffington Post03.12.09 My business partner recently wrote a great post about the start-ups he would invest in, but I figu…