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For anyone interested in #SocEnt, take a look at Cllr @RhiannonV putting forward a motion on Glasgow's social enterprise strategy and action plan. (Skip to 1h 40m). glasgow.public-i.tv/… Hugely positive and passionate comments from across the floor - worth watching!

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15th September 2016

Awards seek best examples of rural community action

Awards seek best examples of rural community action Plunkett Foundation September 2016   National charity Plunkett Foundation launches Community Ownership Awards 2016   Community owned busi…
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15th September 2016

Swinney launches three-month consultation and promises to devolve…

Swinney launches three-month consultation and promises to devolve more power to schools The National, by Andrew Learmonth 14.09.16   Scotland's schools are set to receive more powers and more mon…
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15th September 2016

All eyes on Scotland as world’s first large-scale tidal ene…

All eyes on Scotland as world's first large-scale tidal energy farm is launched on the Cromarty Firth The National, by Kirsteen Paterson 13.09.16   It towers 49ft tall, weighs almost 200 tonnes a…
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15th September 2016

SNP lobbying row mounts as new transparency campaign launched

SNP lobbying row mounts as new transparency campaign launched The Herald Scotland, by Tom Gordon 12.09.16   A campaign to oust the corporate lobbyist who chairs the SNP's new economic policy comm…
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15th September 2016

Dumfriesshire villagers set off on ‘voyage of hope’ a…

Dumfriesshire villagers set off on 'voyage of hope' as they pursue community buyout The Herald Scotland, by David Ross 12.09.16   One is a former mining community dubbed "the highest village…
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15th September 2016

Land reform in Scotland: what lies ahead

Land reform in Scotland: what lies ahead Geographical, by Malcolm Combe 21.06.16   The recent Scottish parliament elections raised the expected issues of things like education and healthcare, but…
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15th September 2016

What would happen if Hillary Clinton dropped out of US election r…

What would happen if Hillary Clinton dropped out of US election race after being diagnosed with pneumonia? The Telegraph, by Chris Graham  12.09.16   For weeks, the statements from the Trump…
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12th September 2016

Senscot Bulletin Intro

Senscot Bulletin Intro October 2009    During September, I got 2 weeks in the marvellous heat and light of Andalusia – building resistance to the coldness and darkness to come. If I ha…
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Senscot Bulletin
9th September 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 09.09.16

  Dear members and friends, Apart from holiday arrangements, I don’t shop online – probably an age thing; but if folk are at work, their parcels are left with me – so I know ho…
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9th September 2016

The SENs: Friday 9th September 2016

This week’s CEIS Conference saw the formal launch of Scotland’s International SE Strategy. Over 200 folk gathered at the Radisson Blu in Glasgow - including strong delegations from Canada,…
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8th September 2016

£100m for the citizens of Glasgow to spend how they chose

£100m for the citizens of Glasgow to spend how they chose Third Force News, by Susan Smith 06.09.16   The leader of the SNP in Glasgow has announced it will devolve £100m to local are…
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8th September 2016

Supporting information and guidance: Supporting effective clinica…

Supporting information and guidance: Supporting effective clinical supervision Care Quality Commission July 2013   What is clinical supervision?   Skills for Care (2007) define ‘s…