Defining #SocEnt can be a contentious issue from time to time 😨
Top marks to the Irish Government (@govdotie), though, which has published its National Social Enterprise Policy.
It contains the following, concise definition of how Ireland will now recognise social enterprises. pic.twitter.com/oLEo…
This week's bulletin profiles @POTBmag, a literary and arts #SocEnt journal based in the north east of Scotland.
@POTBmag is strongly committed to showcasing first time writers and promoting creative culture over profit.
Ease into the weekend with this week's Senscot Bulletin, including:
ℹ️ Update on forthcoming Senscot activity
🌊 Our handy guide to #YCW2020
📄 Report on eight years of the 'Preston Model'
Against George Osborne's war on the poor and the vile stupidity of his 'workers vs shirkers' narrative
The Independent, by Owen Jones
It is right to be disturbed by the psychology of a politi…
Looking back, looking forward: David v Goliath in 2013?
The Guardian, by Colin Crooks
A lot of money is chasing impact, and enterprise and impact are very different things. Enterprise is a wa…
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.