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Senscot Bulletin
21st June 2013

Senscot Bulletin: 21.06.13

Dear members and friends,  The internet, as a limitless source of information, is changing human life; inevitably the world's two dominant ideologies compete to control it; those who would monopo…
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Bulletin Articles
21st June 2013

Can investors make money in social services?

Can investors make money in social services? By Michael A. Fletcher 10.06.13 Six states are moving to develop so-called social impact bonds, marking a broad expansion of an experiment that taps privat…
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21st June 2013

Networks1st Update: Friday 21st June 2013

Edinburgh SEN (ESEN) on behalf of Edinburgh City Council has recently conducted research into social enterprise in Edinburgh. Key findings include: the social enterprise sector in Edinburgh is conserv…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2013

The Generative logic of the Commons

The Generative logic of the Commons by Roberto Verzola 15.06.13 Extract from a keynote speech called "The Generative logic of the Commons" by Roberto Verzola in Germany, November 2010 Abunda…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2013

Book review: The Panopticon

Book review: The Panopticon The Scotsman 12.05.12 Stuart Kelly hails a novel that gets inside the soul of its troubled heroine Jeremy Bentham might well be surprised if he learned how influential his …
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2013

Bring on a British revolution – it’s long overdue

Bring on a British revolution - it's long overdue The Guardian, by Kevin McKenna 16.06.13 The name of my incomparable and sclerotic history teacher was simply McGuire, though later on we discovered th…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2013

The Common Weal: how Scotland could look very different after ind…

The Common Weal: how Scotland could look very different after indyref Herald Scotland, by Tom Gordon 17.06.13 A group of academics and economists have launched an international project to flesh out th…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2013

Value and the Third Sector: working paper on ideas for future res…

Value and the Third Sector: working paper on ideas for future research by Andrea Westall, Third Sector Research Centre June 2013 Introduction The powerful stakeholders of government, funders o…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2013

Third Sector Values

Third Sector Values National Association for Voluntary & Community Action (NAVCA) 20.06.13 Third sector values and principles The third sector encompasses a wide range of organisations, undertakin…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2013

All change for Community Energy Scotland

All change for Community Energy Scotland Community Energy Scotland 19.06.13 Community Energy Scotland have been delivering the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (C…
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Senscot Bulletin
14th June 2013

Senscot Bulletin: 14.06.13

Dear members and friends,  Wednesday again - so quick; Miguel's beach, 4pm, 30 degrees.  Today I had Lenguado (Sole), simply grilled, with chips and side salad.  It's mainly family trad…
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14th June 2013

Networks1st Update: Friday 14th June 2013

After 8 great years at New Lanark, this year's SE Conference and Ceilidh will be taking place at the Westerwood Hotel in Cumbernauld. We've set the dates for 14th/15th November. This year, we're hopin…