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27th May 2015

Bid to revive the Engine Shed as ‘community food hub’

Bid to revive the Engine Shed as 'community food hub' Claire White, STV Edinburgh 25.05.15 A plan for a new community food business in the former Engine Shed building has been revealed. Local residen…
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Senscot Bulletin
22nd May 2015

Senscot Bulletin 22.05.15

Dear members and friends,               Been here a week now in glorious weather for May – lots of reading and walking – eating …
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Bulletin Articles
21st May 2015

Land Reform Bill

Land Reform Bill BBC 2015   Ms Sturgeon described land reform as "unfinished business" for the Scottish Parliament, and promised a "radical programme" of reform so Scotland's …
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Bulletin Articles
19th May 2015

Invite to U-Lab Scotland

Invite to U-Lab Scotland The Scottish Government, by Kenneth Hogg May 2015   Dear Colleague   I am writing to invite you to participate in and help lead a unique and innovative opportunity t…
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Bulletin Articles
19th May 2015

How one small Scottish school could shake up education

How one small Scottish school could shake up education The Guardian, by Kevin McKenna 17.05.15   Within the handsome walls of douce Milngavie, just a few miles north of Glasgow, a campaign is bui…
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Bulletin Articles
19th May 2015

Is social enterprise becoming a reactionary force?

Is social enterprise becoming a reactionary force? Open Democracy, by Rick Cohen 13.05.15   Are 'benefit corporations' the harbinger of progressive change in the economy, or the soft edge of eff…
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Bulletin Articles
19th May 2015

Time for the Plural Sector

Time for the Plural Sector Stanford Social Innovation Review, by Henry Mintzberg May 2015   When one sector of society becomes dominant-as the public sector did under communism and the private s…
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19th May 2015

People’s movement plans to reboot local democracy

People’s movement plans to reboot local democracy Third Force News, by Graham Martin 15.05.15   A People’s Council movement has been formed aimed at transforming democracy at its most…
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Senscot Bulletin
15th May 2015

Senscot Bulletin: 15.05.15

Dear members and friends,   Sunday was my 75th birthday – treating myself to 10 days at the beach near Estepona; temp. 78 degrees – shorts and bare feet – the heat and light all…
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15th May 2015

The SENs: Friday 15th May 2015

Over the past year, Senscot has been approached about the possibility of setting up a new thematic SEN – covering ‘Employability’. This has been triggered, in part, by factors such a…
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Bulletin Articles
14th May 2015

New £2.5m Skills & Opportunities Fund

New £2.5m Skills & Opportunities Fund Royal Bank of Scotland 13.05.15   This week RBS announced  that a new £2.5m Skills & Opportunities Fund is open for applications unt…
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Bulletin Articles
13th May 2015

Poll finds huge support for living wage amongst SMEs

Poll finds huge support (96%) for living wage amongst SMEs Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp, Business Scotland 06.05.15 A poll carried out by Business for Scotland has found huge levels of support amongst SME bu…