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Are you sitting on an idea that could bring about positive social change? Good news! Applications for Glasgow's @GoodIdeasScot programme have been extended until Thursday 19th September at 9am. See details: good-ideas.org/apply…

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Bulletin Articles
16th August 2012

What is a Social Business

What is a Social Business Social Bite 16.08.12 What is a Social Business? Simply put, a Social Business is a non-loss, non-dividend company designed to address a social objective. Social Business is a…
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Bulletin Articles
15th August 2012

Members’ Briefing – Procurement Reform Bill

Members’ Briefing – Procurement Reform Bill Social Firms Scotland 15.08.12 The consultation on the Procurement Reform Bill (previously called Sustainable Procurement Bill) has now been la…
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Bulletin Articles
15th August 2012

The attempt to trademark ‘social enterprise’ is mysti

The attempt to trademark 'social enterprise' is mystifying The Guardian 10.08.12 Peter Holbrook explains why Social Enterprise UK is leading the charge against attempts by Salesforce to trademark the …
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Bulletin Articles
15th August 2012

What is Social Business?

What is Social Business? Scottish Social Bussines Fund 15.08.12 Simply put, a Social Business is a non-loss, non-dividend company designed to address a social objective. Social Business is a cause-dri…
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Bulletin Articles
14th August 2012

Board of Directors Opportunity

Board of Directors Opportunity Social Enterprise Academy 14.08.12 Non-Executive Director Quarterly Board Meetings | Annual Board Meeting   The Social Enterprise Academy is a social enterprise, r…
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Senscot Bulletin
9th August 2012

Senscot Bulletin: 10.08.12

Dear members and friends,  Around 6 o'clock on Monday - a spectacular thunderstorm knocks out the electricity in the remote clachan where I live.  'Darkness covers the face of the earth' - t…
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Bulletin Articles
9th August 2012

Leaving Alexandria by Richard Holloway – review

Leaving Alexandria by Richard Holloway – review The Observer, by Mary Warnock 19.02.12 Richard Holloway, who resigned as Bishop of Edinburgh in 2000, has written a candid and deeply moving accou…
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Bulletin Articles
9th August 2012

Northern lights

Northern lights Spectator, by Lloyd Evans 04.08.12 No one knows quite. why we go. It's not for the whisky (which is like drinking liquefied peppercorns), or for the shortbread (like eating undercooked…
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9th August 2012

Networks1st Update: Friday 10th August 2012

In recent years, Social Enterprise Scotland (SES) has hosted a series of policy events across the country. These events provide an opportunity for social enterprises and supporters to get together and…
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Bulletin Articles
8th August 2012

The Cooperative Moment

The Cooperative Moment Resurgence, by Robin Murray 08.08.12 In the age of failing globalisation, cooperatives are the microcosms of a more stable and resilient economy. Extreme weather events have tri…
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Bulletin Articles
8th August 2012

Serco set to take charge of ‘big society’ initiative

Serco set to take charge of 'big society' initiative The Observer, by Daniel Boffey 05.08.12 Charities warn against bid to run David Cameron's programme for teenagers, the National Citizen Service Ser…
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Bulletin Articles
8th August 2012

The poison of inequality was behind last summer’s riots

The poison of inequality was behind last summer's riots The Guardian, by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett 05.08.12 A year on from the riots, the government is still failing to identify their underly…