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16th July 2014

The third Scotland won’t be denied – whatever the ref…

The third Scotland won't be denied - whatever the referendum result The Guardian, by John Harris 11.07.14 Outside Scotland's two dominant parties a group of radical young voices is blazing a trail fo…
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16th July 2014

A dignified death is our right – I am in favour of assisted

A dignified death is our right - I am in favour of assisted dying The Observer, by Desmond Tutu 12.07.14 The manner of Nelson Mandela's prolonged death was an affront. I have spent my life working fo…
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Senscot Bulletin
11th July 2014

Senscot Bulletin: 11.07.14

Dear members and friends, Charles Bukowski wrote about low life USA - the men and women on the edge - in bars - cheap digs - bum jobs - on the streets; in the 1970s and ‘80s, he spoke to somethi…
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11th July 2014

The SENs: Friday 11th July 2014

Having a common understanding on how to measure social impact has proved elusive both to third sector organisations and to funders. We have gone ‘round the block’ from SROI to social audit…
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Bulletin Articles
10th July 2014

The CredEcard

The CredEcard NESCU July 14 NESCU is for all sections of the community but has a priority policy to support low income individuals, families and communities. NESCU operates to Community Development p…
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10th July 2014

Amendments to The BIG Directory of Social Investment

Amendments to The BIG Directory of Social Investment Big Issue Invest Scotland July 14 Big Issue Invest Scotland BIIS is a Joint Venture between DSL Business Finance based in Govan and Big issue Inve…
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Bulletin Articles
10th July 2014

Newsnet Scotland Paper

Newsnet Scotland Paper Newsnet Scotland July 2014 Newsnet Scotland was launched on 12th March 2010 by unpaid volunteers from Greenock. The site was set up in order to address what we believed to be a…
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Bulletin Articles
10th July 2014

The real enemies of press freedom are in the newsroom

The real enemies of press freedom are in the newsroom The Guardian, by George Monbiot 30.06.14 The principal threat to expression comes not from state regulation but from censorship by editors and pr…
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Bulletin Articles
10th July 2014

Whatever the result in September … we are independent now, toda

Whatever the result in September … we are independent now, today The Herald Scotland, by Neal Ascherson 06.07.14 In a long, shallow article published recently in the Financial Times, the ­…
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10th July 2014

Celebrate the strikers this week – they are fighting for us all

Celebrate the strikers this week – they are fighting for us all The Guardian, by Owen Jones 06.07.14 The case to walk out is unanswerable, but will be eclipsed by outrage from a media utterly o…
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10th July 2014

Social entrepreneurship: new standard to measure social impact

Social entrepreneurship: new standard to measure social impact Europa 20.06.14 See here a report on social impact measurement. A new standard to allow social enterprises of all sizes to better measu…
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Bulletin Articles
10th July 2014

Message from Steve Wyler

Message from Steve Wyler Locality 02.07.14 Doing things differently in Dudley It started with the price of nappies. When community organiser Terri Overland knocked on doors on a Dudley estate resident…