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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
25th January 2012

Have you wondered why there’s only one John Lewis Partnersh…

Have you wondered why there's only one John Lewis Partnership, Mr Clegg? The Spectator 21.01.12 JOhn Lewis economy' was a strong sound bite from Nick Clegg, even if it failed to resonate with Netto s…
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Senscot Bulletin
20th January 2012

Senscot Bulletin: 20.01.12

Dear members and friends, More or less housebound this week with severe leg pain - a disc in my lower back pressing on a nerve; I'm in the queue for an MRI scan.  For old folk, pain is no longer …
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Bulletin Articles
20th January 2012

Live Q&A: Scottish social enterprise – Thursday 26 Jan…

Live Q&A: Scottish social enterprise - Thursday 26 Jan, 1.00-3.00pm The Guardian, by David Mills 18.01.12 Join the Guardian to find out what lessons the rest of the UK – and the world - can …
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20th January 2012

Networks1st Update: Friday 20th January 2012

Recently established West Lothian SEN is the first SEN to have completed `Vital Stats` for 2011, the figures are impressive and reflect the impact the SEN members are making on the local economy in We…
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Bulletin Articles
19th January 2012

Meet Up Event in Edinburgh

Meet Up Event in Edinburgh Social Care Ideas Factory (SCIF) February 2012 Thursday 2nd February 2012 9.30am - 1pm The Melting Pot, Rose Street, Edinburgh SCIF Member: £35    …
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Bulletin Articles
19th January 2012

Poems from the Book Requiem

Poems from the Book Requiem by David Donnnison January 2012 As Death Impends As death impends self-centred I become, battening down the hatches as the roar of loss approaches. Grief seeps deep throug…
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19th January 2012

UK launch of International Year of Co-operatives at the Guardian

UK launch of International Year of Co-operatives at the Guardian The Guardian, by Claudia Cahalane 16.01.12 Panellists and audience debated how co-operation can change British business for the better …
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Bulletin Articles
19th January 2012

The co-operative advantage: a rich and varied contribution to soc…

The co-operative advantage: a rich and varied contribution to social enterprise The Guardian, by Rory Ridley-Duff 16.01.12 As it's the UN International Year of Co-operatives, let's look at how co-oper…
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Bulletin Articles
19th January 2012

To profit or not to profit. Is that the question?

To profit or not to profit. Is that the question? The Guardian, by Rob Greenland January 2012 On Social Business Day, Leeds-based social entrepreneur Rob Greenland challenges one of the Yunus Centre's…
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Bulletin Articles
18th January 2012

Muhammad Yunus, Economist

Muhammad Yunus, Economist New Statesmen 18.01.12 You are famous for pioneering microfinance can you explain what that Is simply? It is credit given to the poorest people, without collateral, to create…
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Bulletin Articles
18th January 2012

New Social Enterprise Venue Site

New Social Enterprise Venue Site Community Enterprise Ltd 18.01.12 A new on-line resource for social enterprise venues has been launched.  This website has been initiated by the sector itself, wh…
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Senscot Bulletin
13th January 2012

Senscot Bulletin: 13.01.12

Dear members and friends, During my recent Spanish visit - trudging along the seashore became obsessive - 3 or 4 hours a day - I lost 8lbs. I was like Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump - crossing the USA on f…