Scotland’s Innovation Centres have teamed up with The Herald for a special, online conference Tues, 3 Nov 2020 to explore innovation, inclusive growth, cultural change around climate action, & how collaboration could achieve national net zero targets. bit.ly/3l0HJ3l
The whole issue of SEN participation in Single Interfaces has been to the fore over the last couple of weeks. Our understanding now is that 11 SENs are either partners or in discussions to become part…
Nick Hurd interview: Tories aim for a sector transformed
The Minister for Civil Society tells Stephen Cook about cuts in spending and the Conservative vision of the voluntary sec…
How can football clubs capture the social value of the beautiful game?
David Conn, The Guardian
With barely a breath caught since the World Cup, the Premier League season sprinted forth at th…
The Wise Group
The Wise Group has registered its interest to the Department for Work and Pensions to be considered as a Framework Provider for the Work Programme for both Scotland and the Nor…
Francis Maude Launches Pathfinder Mutuals
The first wave of Pathfinder mutuals, to be run by entrepreneurial public sector staff, who want to take control of their services, ha…
Jimmy Reid: Inspirational trade unionist who led the work-in at Upper Clyde which reversed government policy on the docks
Tam Dalyell, The Independent
Jimmy Reid gripped the nation's imaginat…
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