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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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9th September 2015

Community journalism in the UK: the emerging evidence base

Community journalism in the UK: the emerging evidence base Centre for Community Journalism, by Damian Radcliffe 09.09.15   I’ve been writing about community journalism and hyperlocal media …
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9th September 2015

Tom Johnston born 2 November 1881

Tom Johnston born 2 November 1881 Andy Wightman 09.09.15   I have an original copy of Tom Johnston‘s Our Scots Noble Families from 1909. It is a treasure. It was reprinted by Argyll Publish…
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9th September 2015

Gerry Hassan: Our parliament, which once inspired so many hopes a…

Gerry Hassan: Our parliament, which once inspired so many hopes and dreams, has fallen asleep and a wake-up call is long overdue The Daily Record, by Gerry Hassan 09.09.15    The Scottish Pa…
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9th September 2015

Remote school with just five pupils needs a new teacher

Remote school with just five pupils needs a new teacher Herald Scotland, by Andrew Denholm 09.09.15   A remote Highland community has launched an appeal for a teacher for its five-pupil primary s…
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9th September 2015

Christian politicians won’t say it, but the Bible is clear: let…

Christian politicians won’t say it, but the Bible is clear: let the refugees in, every last one The Guardian, by Giles Fraser 09.09.15   Thousands more, says David Cameron now, grudgingly …
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Bulletin Articles
8th September 2015

SURF Awards

SURF Awards SURF 08.09.15   About the SURF Awards   SURF’s annual awards process, delivered in partnership with the Scottish Government, is open to all community regeneration project…
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8th September 2015

Crunch Time

Crunch Time Beanbags and Bullsh!t 08.09.15   The publication in June of The Social Investment Market Through a Data Lens was a big event. It was the first significant step towards advocates for …
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Senscot Bulletin
4th September 2015

Senscot Bulletin: 04.09.15

Dear members and friends,   Many tributes circulate to Oliver Sacks, the eminent neurologist and writer, who died on Sunday aged 82; his books - bridging science and the human spirit – offe…
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4th September 2015

We must do more: Sturgeon attacks Cameron after he refuses to joi…

We must do more: Sturgeon attacks Cameron after he refuses to join EU sanctuary plan Kathleen Nutt, The National 04.09.15 Nicola Sturgeon last night condemned David Cameron’s refusal to join an…
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4th September 2015

The Guardian view on the refugee crisis: much more must be done, …

The Guardian view on the refugee crisis: much more must be done, and not just by the UK The Guardian 03.09.15 There are no perfect solutions, here or in Syria. But compassion is necessary and there a…
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4th September 2015

The SENs: Friday 4th September 2015

Wednesday’s CEIS SE Policy and Practice Conference saw the launch of the SE in Scotland: Census 2015. This is a very impressive piece of work – carried out by Social Value Lab – prov…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd September 2015

Inaugural John Pearce Memorial Lecture and launch of the Social E…

Inaugural John Pearce Memorial Lecture and launch of the Social Enterprise Collection (Scotland) Cam Donaldson  03.09.15   On behalf of Glasgow Caledonian University and the CBS Network, i…