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…
For anyone interested in #SocEnt, take a look at Cllr @RhiannonV putting forward a motion on Glasgow's social enterprise strategy and action plan. (Skip to 1h 40m).
Hugely positive and passionate comments from across the floor - worth watching!
On Wednesday, the Cultural SEN hosted its 2nd annual Conference at the Birnam Institute, near Dunkeld. The event was a great success with a series of excellent presentations. Significantly, the Confer…
The man who reinvented banks
Sunday Herald, by Steven Vass
Professor Muhammad Yunus paces into the room with the quiet dignity befitting his status.
This is the father of micro-finance, the f…
There are three potential problems with a social enterprise label for Europe
The Guardian, by Filippo Addarii
One of the thorny issues being debated in Brussels as part of the Social Business…
The island of Anuta is one of almost a thousand islands that make up the Melanesian nation of the Solomon Islands. Together, this group of islands cover a land mass of 28,…
Sirs Stephen and Stuart lock horns over trustee payment
Civil Society, by Tania Mason
Sirs Stuart Etherington and Stephen Bubb outlined their differing views on the issue of trustee remunerat…
Social Entrepreneurs Network Scotland (Senscot) is registered as a Scottish charity under Scottish Charity No. SC029210 and as a limited company under Company Registration No. SC278156. It's registered office is at 21 Walker Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7HX.