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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
18th March 2015

Over half a million in severe poverty

Scale of severe and extreme poverty laid bare in new report Scottish Government 16.03.15 Scale of severe and extreme poverty laid bare in new report. Over half a million people in Scotland lived …
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18th March 2015

My dad and Sinatra

My dad and Sinatra Gerry Hassan, Scottish Review March 2015 Edwin Hassan (1933-93) and Frank Sinatra (1915-98) Dads matter. They giv…
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18th March 2015

Revealed: Most poor Scots are very poor indeed

Revealed: Most poor Scots are very poor indeed Stephen Naysmith, Herald Scotland 17.03.15 Low pay, rising housing costs and welfare reforms have been blamed for new figure showing the depth of Scotla…
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18th March 2015

Green MSP backs Bill change to give fans right to buy into footba…

Green MSP backs Bill change to give fans right to buy into football clubs Herald Scotland 18.03.15 Green MSP Alison Johnstone has put forward amendments to the Community Empowerment Bill which will be…
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18th March 2015

“Touching Cloth”

"Touching Cloth" John Hughes, CEiS 18.03.15 The play 'Touching Cloth' written by John Hughes, CEiS is being performed at The Shed on 14th, 15th and 16th May as part of the South Side F…
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Senscot Bulletin
13th March 2015

Senscot Bulletin 13.03.15

Dear members and friends,   From the English Green party spring conference last week, Zoe Williams wrote: “there is something distinctive about authentic ovation – applause that is ne…
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13th March 2015

The SENs: Friday 13th March 2015

The power of sport as a tool for change with social enterprise seen as a route to achieve both impact and sustainability is a growing area of interest across the UK.  This week, Diane Cameron, ou…
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Bulletin Articles
11th March 2015

Across the Divide Tackling Digital Exclusion in Glasgow

Across the Divide Tackling Digital Exclusion in Glasgow Carnegie UK Trust, By Douglas White March 2015   Recommendations   Based on the findings from our research, we have set out four key r…
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11th March 2015

The union is once again at risk – thanks to Labour

The union is once again at risk – thanks to Labour The Observer, By Kevin McKenna 07.03.15   The party doesn’t understand that by siding with the Tories on the referendum it alienated…
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11th March 2015

Toward Democracy? : Part One

Toward Democracy? : Part One The National, By Alasdair Gray  25.02.15   Weeks before last year’s referendum remarkable events happened in Scottish homes, pubs, trains to and from foot…
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11th March 2015

Scottish group that helps women out of poverty doubles in size

Scottish group that helps women out of poverty doubles in size Third Force News, by Paul Cardwell 06.03.15   WEvolution awarded £200,000 funding   A charity that helps women from some …
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11th March 2015

‘Why we’ve got it wrong on social investment’

'Why we've got it wrong on social investment' – former MP Pioneers Post, By Leslie Huckfield 06.03.15   Writing exclusively for Pioneers Post, Les Huckfield, board member of Senscot, acade…