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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 December 2013

Comic Relief money invested in arms and tobacco shares

Comic Relief money invested in arms and tobacco shares BBC Panorama, By Declan Lawn 10.12.13 Millions of pounds donated to Comic Relief have been invested in funds with shares in tobacco, alcohol and …
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Bulletin Articles
11th December 2013

Calling all Social Enterprises

Calling all Social Enterprises Ready for Business Consortium 09.12.13 The Ready for Business consortium wishes to highlight the success of the Third Sector in winning contracts from the public sector,…
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Bulletin Articles
11th December 2013

David Simon: ‘There are now two Americas. My country is a h…

David Simon: 'There are now two Americas. My country is a horror show' The Observer, By David Simon 08.12.13 The creator of The Wire, David Simon, delivered an impromptu speech about the divide betwee…
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Bulletin Articles
11th December 2013

New £11.5m fund will develop social investment in the north east…

New £11.5m fund will develop social investment in the north east of England Third Sector Online, By David Ainsworth 09.12.13 The North East Social Investment Company, set up by Big Society Capit…
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11th December 2013

Sector warns social investment relief excludes social companies a…

Sector warns social investment relief excludes social companies and large charities Civil Society Finance, By Vibeka Mair 10.12.13     Social Enterprise UK has raised concern that the …
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Senscot Bulletin
6th December 2013

Senscot Bulletin: 06.12.13

Dear members and friends,  From the moment Shirley recognises me in the café I’m planning my escape; not seen her for 20 years – a shrill, angry woman with a tongue on her. But…
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6th December 2013

The SENs: Friday 6th December 2013

Senscot and Social Firms Scotland are, this week, participating in the EU SEN’s Best Practice Conference in Malmo. Each of the 12 members (including Scotland) is providing case studies on exampl…
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Bulletin Articles
5th December 2013

The battle to maintain co-operative values in the Co-op Group beg…

The battle to maintain co-operative values in the Co-op Group begins The Guardian, By Andrew Bibby 28.11.13 "Democratic, community, independent, passionate, ethical" – these were some …
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Bulletin Articles
5th December 2013

THE SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP NETWORK PROJECT: The experience of co…

THE SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP NETWORK PROJECT: The experience of consortia supporting growing enterprises in Italy Sabina Bellione and Floriana Nappini, Consorzio LIGHT December 2013 Summary of main cha…
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Bulletin Articles
4th December 2013

Could an independent Scotland liberate all Britons?

Could an independent Scotland liberate all Britons? The Guardian, By Neal Ascherson 29.11.13 The Scotland being proposed by Salmond now is the Britain voted for by millions in 1997 – a moderate …
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4th December 2013

Bruntsfield residents launch bid to grow support for community-ow…

Bruntsfield residents launch bid to grow support for community-owned greengrocer's The Guardian, By Andrew Torr 28.11.13 The newly formed Community Benefit Society was set up by a group of volunteers …
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4th December 2013

Regulator against community control

Regulator against community control Scottish Community Alliance 4.12.13 Last Friday, Scotland’s community controlled housing associations held their conference in Glasgow.  A really impress…