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Join @ALLIANCEScot for a special screening of 'Resilience - The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope'.The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion to reflect on the current activity surrounding adverse childhood experiences.#HealthSENeventbrite.co.uk/e/r…

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Senscot Bulletin
29th July 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 29.07.16

Dear members and friends,            Although most people regard it as completely improbable – I find myself increasingly persuaded by the idea of a universa…
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29th July 2016

The SENs: Friday 29th July 2016

This week’s Third Force News highlights concerns being raised by Unison that many of the Scotland’s third sector care providers are facing a ‘perfect storm’ – of increase…
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Bulletin Articles
27th July 2016

The Thinning Blue Line – Conclusion

The Thinning Blue Line – Conclusion Reform Scotland 27.07.16   Conclusion Scotland is a diverse country and it is unlikely that in any public service area one uniform policy will work acr…
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Bulletin Articles
27th July 2016

Brexit: Sturgeon sets out key Scottish interests that

Brexit: Sturgeon sets out key Scottish interests that 'must be protected BBC 27.06.16   Scotland's first minister has outlined her next steps in attempting to secure Scotland's position in Europe…
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Bulletin Articles
27th July 2016

Tap the care work market.

Tap the Care Work Market Yes! Magazine, by John Duda 26.07.16   Many people worry—with good reason—that cooperatives won’t be able to compete with traditional corporations …
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Bulletin Articles
27th July 2016

Charities must merge and curb senior management pay to weather fu…

Charities must merge and curb senior management pay to weather funding storm Third Force News, by Graham Martin 27.07.16   A whirlwind of closures is about to engulf Scotland’s care chariti…
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Bulletin Articles
26th July 2016

London’s first community fridge set to launch

London’s first community fridge set to launch Sustainable Food Cities 26.07.16   The People’s Fridge is a public fridge where local businesses and residents can leave spare, edible …
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Bulletin Articles
26th July 2016

5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win

5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win Michael Moore 26.07.16   Friends:   I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I gave it to you straight last summer when I told you that Donald Trump would be…
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Bulletin Articles
26th July 2016

Nearest cash points

Nearest cash points Beanbags and Bullsh!t 26.07.16   It is likely that mainstream banks are lending far more money to social enterprises and charities than the 'social investment market'. That's …
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Bulletin Articles
26th July 2016

The Italian Region Where Co-ops Produce a Third of Its GDP

The Italian Region Where Co-ops Produce a Third of Its GDP Yes! Magazine, by John Duda 26.07.16   Six things we can learn from Northern Italy’s Emilia Romagna region, where cooperative…
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Bulletin Articles
26th July 2016

Fundraising regulation, bringing in the changes

Fundraising regulation, bringing in the changes OSCR, by Jude Turbyne 26.07.16   Fundraising regulation in Scotland is changing. In December last year, the Fundraising Working Group was charged…
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Senscot Bulletin
22nd July 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 22.07.16

Dear members and friends,     Although I favour the Scottish Greens – I feel rising irritation at the determination of politicians and the media to convince us that ‘Corbyn&rsquo…