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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
12th April 2012

Charity sector is ‘in danger of being seduced by attraction…

Charity sector is 'in danger of being seduced by attractions of social finance'  Civil Society, by Andrew Hind 05.04.12    "The voluntary sector prostituted itself to the governmen…
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12th April 2012

On the move

On the move Geoff Pope, Scottish Government 10.04.12 Dear All,   I wanted to let you know that I will change jobs within the Scottish Government next month.  I’ve been offered a positi…
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12th April 2012

Big Society Capital Response

Big Society Capital Response Alastair Davis (SIS) 12.04.12 Social Investment Scotland has been watching Big Society Capital in recent weeks and months with a considerable degree of interest and indeed…
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12th April 2012

Too little local power the problem

Too little local power the problem The Scotsman, by Lesley Riddoch 09.04.12  One way to make democracy work would be to scrap huge councils and let local groups run their own areas, writes L…
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12th April 2012

Flux to Flex: Takeaways from the 2012 Skoll World Forum

Flux to Flex: Takeaways from the 2012 Skoll World Forum Stanford Social Innovation Review, by Jason Saul 03.04.19 A new brand of social entrepreneurship is emerging. The Skoll World Forum—an ama…
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12th April 2012

Mixed response for Big Lottery Fund’s new strategic framewo

Mixed response for Big Lottery Fund's new strategic framework Third Sector, by Daniel Lombard 10.04.12 Social investment should not be part of the Big Lottery Fund’s role, according to Jay Kenn…
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12th April 2012

Lessons from the house that Lewis built

Lessons from the house that Lewis built John Kay 04.04.12 Only two decades ago the public company with dispersed share ownership was widely seen as the only sustainable form of business organisation. …
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Senscot Bulletin
5th April 2012

Senscot Bulletin: 05.04.12

Dear members and friends,  For the first time in human history, significant numbers of people are choosing the live alone; I'm one of them.  This of course was not an option for our ancestor…
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5th April 2012

Networks1st Update: Thursday 5th April 2012

10 Youth SEN members this week completed a Leadership Programme with the Social Enterprise Academy. Early feedback is that the programme was very well received. Members of the Creative and Cultural SE…
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Bulletin Articles
4th April 2012

The ‘overclass’ is the real threat to society

The 'overclass' is the real threat to society The Guardian, by Peter Beresford 03.04.12  The rich elite shares many of the characteristics associated with the notional underclass and is tied-in w…
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4th April 2012

‘The people’ could fix broken Britain

‘The people’ could fix broken Britain The Scotsman, by Lesley Riddoch 02.04.12   Pastygate, Jerrycangate, Budgetgate, the Granny Tax, Cam Dine with me and the Return of Gorgeous Georg…
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4th April 2012

March Newsletter

March Newsletter Firstport 30.03.12 March has been a busy month with some exciting announcements and many opportunities for social enterprises.  We have our usual information on what’s goin…