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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
15th March 2012

Book Review of Leaving Alexandria by Richard Holloway

Book Review of Leaving Alexandria by Richard Holloway Harry Reid 12.03.12 Richard Holloway, erstwhile Anglican priest and bishop, has written many books. The latest is his autobiography, and it may we…
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Bulletin Articles
15th March 2012

The Social Enterprise Exchange

The Social Enterprise Exchange CEiS 12.03.12  The Social Enterprise Exchange is getting close to 1100 attendees- to celebrate this, we would like to give away a free entry to the world’s bi…
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Bulletin Articles
15th March 2012

The Shadow Government

The Shadow Government By George Monbiot 13.03.12 “From any single perspective”, Bertrand Russell said, “power always seems to be elsewhere”(1). This article is about one of tho…
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Bulletin Articles
15th March 2012

Social Enterprise Clydebank/Erskine Print

£2m recycling hub wasted as social enterprise fails The Herald Scotland 12.03.12 A NEW recycling centre built with more than £2 million National Lottery and charitable funding has been lef…
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15th March 2012

Killing Social Enterprise Softly

Killing Social Enterprise Softly Les Huckfield 08.03.12 This Huckfield briefing – with apologies for its length and detail – shows that the dividing line between Social Enterprise, the wid…
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15th March 2012

Young Start Fund

Young Start Fund The Big Lottery 14.03.12 A new fund aimed at unlocking the potential of Scotland’s children and young people has been launched by the Big Lottery Fund. Young Start will invest d…
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14th March 2012

Brian Wilson: Let’s hand the land to the people

Brian Wilson: Let’s hand the land to the people The Scotsman 14.03.12 FIFTEEN years ago, Scotland had the most inequitable distribution of land ownership in Europe – a state of affairs whi…
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Bulletin Articles
13th March 2012

Top 5 Regrets of The Dying

Top 5 Regrets of The Dying by Bronnie Ware 30.11.11   For many years I worked in palliative care. My patients were those who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was…
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Senscot Bulletin
9th March 2012

Senscot Bulletin: 09.03.12

Dear members and friends,  I'm a big fan of Nick Nolte - both on the screen and in life; politically he's a 'leftie', professionally he's constantly at odds with the Hollywood system - a true mav…
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9th March 2012

Networks1st Update: Friday 9th March 2012

On Wednesday this week, GSEN and the Yunus Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University launched the GSEN/Yunus Centre Social Business Award. Susan Aktemel (Impact Arts and Chair of GSEN), sharing the plat…
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Bulletin Articles
8th March 2012

Salmond and Murdoch: this friendship is bad for Scotland

Salmond and Murdoch: this friendship is bad for Scotland The Herald Scotland, by Iain MacWhirter 04.03.12 Why do political leaders, even in Scotland, worship at the tawdry court of The Sun king Rupert…
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Bulletin Articles
8th March 2012

Social Business

Social Business Yunus Centre March  2012 Social business is a cause-driven business. In a social business, the investors/owners can gradually recoup the money invested, but cannot take any divide…