Sport SEN and @ScotClubSport are hosting a session on income generation and sustainability on Thursday 22 April at 12noon. We will hear from two successful sport social enterprises and a local Sports Council. Find out more and register 👉 bit.ly/3gx7md4
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Long ago (February 1990), when Margo MacDonald languished in the political wilderness, Kenneth Roy met her for …
Lord Robertson is trying to bully Scots into voting no in the referendum
The Guardian, By Owen Jones
The former defence secretary and Nato chief's claims that a Scottish break from the union …
Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) Guide
Social Investment Scotland
New guidance on social investment tax relief
Find out more about the world's first tax incentive for social investors
Mickey Rooney obituary
The Guardian, By Ronald Bergan
Hollywood star and entertainer best known for National Velvet, Boys Town and his turbulent private life.
In 1938, the extraordinary, mult…
How can we put social innovation to work for the people of Scotland?
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Join a conversation to explore this question, make new connections, and be a part of creating the condit…
Annual Social Enterprise Survey Scotland 2014
Social Enterprise Scotland
Welcome to the Annual Social Enterprise Survey Scotland 2014!
To campaign on behalf of social enterprises and raise …
BIIS Investment Manager Job Advert
Big Issue Invest Scotland (BIIS) is a new joint venture between Big Issue Invest and DSL Business Finance established to provide investment and loan f…
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.