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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
22nd March 2012

Budget 2012: reaction from social enterprise

Budget 2012: reaction from social enterprise The Guardian 21.03.12 A summary of the reaction from social enetrprise leaders to the 2012 budget.   In response to today's budget, a group of leadin…
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22nd March 2012

Moral Hazards

Moral Hazards New Statesman, by Dauid Marquand 19.03.12 The ideal of good capitalism is now in vogue.  Ed Miliband, Will Hutton, Vince Cable and Robert Skidelsky are all for it - some explicitly&…
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22nd March 2012

Social Entrepreneur of the Year

Social Entrepreneur of the Year The Community Channel 21.03.12 The Community Channel has just launched in partnership with The Sunday Times to find The Social Entrepreneur of the Year.   You…
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22nd March 2012

3rd Scottish Assembly for Tackling Poverty

3rd Scottish Assembly for Tackling Poverty The Poverty Alliance 15.03.12 This was the LIVE VIDEO coverage of the 3rd Scottish Assembly for Tackling Poverty, and took place on 15th and 16th March 2012,…
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22nd March 2012

Co-operatives in Spain – Mondragon leads the way

Co-operatives in Spain - Mondragon leads the way The Guardian, by Andrew Bibby 12.03.12 The name of the small Basque town of Mondragon has, over the years, had something approaching talismanic status …
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22nd March 2012

Making the EU work for social business

Making the EU work for social business The Guardian, by Dan Ridler 13.03.12   In November 2011, the European Union made its latest step towards recognising the value of social business by launch…
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22nd March 2012

Edinburgh is Sleepwalking into a Cultural Disaster

Edinburgh is Sleepwalking into a Cultural Disaster Bright Green, by Harry Giles 16.03.12   The litany has become terribly familiar: La Belle Angele, the Big Red Door, the Lot, the Roxy Arthouse,…
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22nd March 2012

Decline and fall of the Old Firm

Decline and fall of the Old Firm New Statesman, by Simon Kuper 18.03.12  What went wrong for the Bhoys and the Blues?   Probably nowhere in Europe is as football-mad as Glasgow. In a city of…
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22nd March 2012

Robert Burns’ local pub saved by people power

Robert Burns' local pub saved by people power Scotman.com 21.03.12 ONE of Scotland’s oldest and most historic inns, famous for its literary connections with the likes of Robert Burns and John Bu…
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Senscot Bulletin
16th March 2012

Senscot Bulletin: 16.03.12

Dear members and friends,  A reader sent an article called 'The top 5 regrets of the dying' - cheerful stuff. In spite of some cheesy 'Hollywood' language, I found it interesting - comparing note…
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Bulletin Articles
16th March 2012

5 Glasgow CAB Offices to Close – ‘A Shocking BlowR

5 Glasgow CAB Offices to Close - 'A Shocking Blow' to the City Citizens Advice Scotland 15.03.12 The closure of 5 CAB offices in Glasgow on March 31st will be a shocking blow to the people of the city…
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16th March 2012

Networks1st Update: Friday 16th March 2012

As part of the Developing New Markets Programme, ReadyforBusiness will be running a series of local events across the country. Six events are scheduled between April and June (list to follow). The eve…