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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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24th March 2016

The SENs: Thursday 24th March 2016

With our Scottish elections taking place in six weeks’ time, Social Enterprise Scotland has produced a manifesto – ‘For the Good of Everyone’ – promoting the increasing r…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd March 2016

It’s time for some real scrutiny of our police

It's time for some real scrutiny of our police The National, by Kevin McKenna 21.03.16   The king of all UK police dramas on television, The Sweeney, still captivates me and it puzzles me that th…
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22nd March 2016

Jackie Kay: Scotland’s poet of the people

Jackie Kay: Scotland’s poet of the people The Guardian, by Kevin McKenna 20.03.16   To say there was a national outpouring of joy at the appointment of Jackie Kay as Scotland’s makar …
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22nd March 2016

Councils want revolution in local democracy

Councils want revolution in local democracy The Herald Scotland, by David Ross 21.03.16   Scotland’s cash-strapped councils are calling on politicians from all parties, to launch a revoluti…
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22nd March 2016

Saving work-based training for young people in Scotland

Saving work-based training for young people in Scotland Sandy Campbell, Director Founder of WorkingRite 29.02.16   Is Scotland sleep-walking into a failed English system for our young people? &…
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Senscot Bulletin
18th March 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 18.03.16

Dear members and friends,   Someone called Tom Bower has written a ‘hatchet job’ biography of Tony Blair – no attempt at balance so not worth our time; but the reviews are once …
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18th March 2016

Letter to Guardian

Letter to Guardian by Peter Newsam 17.03.16   The Guardian defines an academy as “independent of local authorities” (Plan to turn all schools into academies, 16 March). The proper de…
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Bulletin Articles
18th March 2016

It’s not enough to condemn the Budget, our parties must off…

It's not enough to condemn the Budget, our parties must offer a new way forward The National, by Patrick Harvie 18.03.16   Like many people, whenever I see George Osborne pop up on the TV screen,…
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18th March 2016

The SENs: Friday 18th March 2016

Food insecurity is increasingly at the heart of the debate about poverty and inequality in Scotland. A collaboration between Oxfam Scotland, the Poverty Alliance, Nourish, Child Poverty Action Group S…
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17th March 2016

OSCR releases guidance for charity trustees on the EU referendum

OSCR releases guidance for charity trustees on the EU referendum Third Sector, by Andy Ricketts 11.03.16   The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator has published guidance for charity trustees…
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17th March 2016

Scottish Government rejects charity ‘gagging’ clause

Scottish Government rejects charity 'gagging' clause The Herald Scotland, Stephen Naysmith 18.02.16   A "gagging" clause designed to muzzle charities who speak out about controversial p…
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17th March 2016

Report: ‘The independence of the voluntary sector is under seri…

Report: ‘The independence of the voluntary sector is under serious attack Civil Society, by Kirsty Weakley  14.03.16   The charity sector faces fundamental challenges to its independen…