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22nd July 2016

The SENs: Friday 22nd July 2016

Many of our members have asked us about the future of European Structural Funds and in particular the impending ESF programmes relevant to tackling poverty and the social economy. We received a helpfu…
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21st July 2016

Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics (Some reviews)

Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics (Some reviews)  Peter L. Hurst  21.07.16   How did Jeremy Corbyn become leader of the Labour party? and what does this mean, if anything…
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21st July 2016

Why Social Investment Is a Threat To Charity Values

Why Social Investment Is a Threat To Charity Values Forbes Magazine, by Jake Hayman 21.07.16   In a world where charities are already pitted against each other by funders looking to procure impac…
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21st July 2016

The Open suffers massive 75 per cent decline in viewing figures f…

The Open suffers massive 75 per cent decline in viewing figures following Sky's takeover from BBC The Drum, by Tony Connelly 21.07.16   The Open suffered a huge drop in viewing figures in its fi…
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21st July 2016

2016 Holyrood Elections: Review of Party Manifestos

2016 Holyrood Elections: Review of Party Manifestos Howard League Scotland 21.07.16   We have reviewed the manifestos of the five parties currently represented at Holyrood, comparing the vario…
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21st July 2016

Three-quarters of newspaper stories about Jeremy Corbyn fail to a…

Three-quarters of newspaper stories about Jeremy Corbyn fail to accurately report his views, LSE study finds The Independent, by Jon Stone 21.07.16   Three-quarters of newspaper stories about Jer…
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21st July 2016

Holland considers closing its deserted prisons

Holland considers closing its deserted prisons West, by by Ivano Abbadessa 21.07.16 The Netherlands’ prisons are half empty or deserted and now a document from the Ministry of Justice has p…
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21st July 2016

Netherlands nurse-led community model to be tested in UK

Netherlands nurse-led community model to be tested in UK Nursing Times, by Nicola Merrifeild 21.07.16   A community nurse-led care model that sees management functions shared between staff and …
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15th July 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 15.07.16

Dear members and friends, Each year, second week in July, I watched the Open Golf Championship on TV – but no more – Sky has captured it. In his final TV interview in 1994 – the pla…
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15th July 2016

The SENs: Friday 15th July 2016

There’s been a real buzz in Glasgow city centre this week for the Homeless World Cup (HWC). We’re delighted to have been involved hosting in partnership with the HWC 3 workshops that have …
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14th July 2016

Community Assets – new Big Lottery Fund funding stream laun

Community Assets - new Big Lottery Fund funding stream launch Big Lottery Fund 13.07.16   Dear colleague,   I am writing to tell you that the Big Lottery Fund will be launching our new fundi…
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14th July 2016

Hopes that community land buyout could help save Rio Tinto smelte…

Hopes that community land buyout could help save Rio Tinto smelter The Press and Journal, by Sue Restan 14.7.16   A group set-up to draw up plans for the largest community land buyout in Scotland…