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All SEN Members Session | Flexible Working & Mental Wellbeing. Join us on Monday 24th August, 3pm to explore flexible working as a way to support staff MH&W as we move towards Phase 4. Fantastic speakers lined up. More info ➡️➡️bit.ly/2ECSOYH #socent #mentalwellbeing pic.twitter.com/Fw1s…

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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2017

Revolutionary ‘co-working’ idea put into The Melting

Revolutionary 'co-working' idea put into The Melting Point The National, by Greg Russell 08.14.17   A quiet revolution is under way in Scotland helping the plethora of small businesses that are b…
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Senscot Bulletin
7th April 2017

Senscot Bulletin: 07.04.17

Dear members and friends, Leaving Waterstones (Edinburgh Princes St) on Thursday, catch sight of advert for book launch – in one hour! – Dilys Rose reading from her new novel ‘Unspe…
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7th April 2017

The SENs: Friday 7th April 2017

Following yesterday's International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, today sees the publication of a comprehensive Sport for Change research project, conducted by Research Scotland on behalf of…
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Bulletin Articles
6th April 2017

Community Party to ‘restore democracy’

Community Party to ‘restore democracy’ The National, by Kirsteen Paterson 05.04.17   They have a membership of 50 and are standing just four candidates.   However, a new party fo…
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Bulletin Articles
6th April 2017

Impact Investing: Who are we serving? – Conclusion

Impact Investing: Who are we serving? - Conclusion Oxfam April 2017   This paper does not make a pejorative value judgment. It tries to reflect an abiding sense that the reality of investing in h…
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Bulletin Articles
5th April 2017

Theresa May is dragging the UK under. This time Scotland must cut…

Theresa May is dragging the UK under. This time Scotland must cut the rope The Guardian, by George Monbiot 05.04.17   Here is the question the people of Scotland will face in the next independenc…
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Bulletin Articles
5th April 2017

Former health secretary puts forward separate ‘health tax&#…

Former health secretary puts forward separate 'health tax' proposal The Herald Scotland 05.04.17   A separate "health tax" should be introduced to help the NHS catch up with other "…
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Bulletin Articles
5th April 2017

Scoring system devised to ‘ration’ health services de…

Scoring system devised to 'ration' health services developed by economists The Herald Scotland, by Jody Harrison  05.04.17   A Scoring system to help health bosses prioritize spending in hos…
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Bulletin Articles
5th April 2017

Small charities ‘shut out’ of bids by large charities

Small charities 'shut out' of bids by large charities, NCVO told  Civil Society News, by Rob Preston  05.04.17   Smaller charities are being shut out of bids to provide public services …
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Bulletin Articles
5th April 2017

Charlotte Street Partners lobbying for Rupert Murdoch papers

Charlotte Street Partners lobbying for Rupert Murdoch papers The Ferret, by Peter Geoghegan 05.04.17   Influential PR firm Charlotte Street Partners is lobbying on behalf of Rupert Murdoch’…
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Bulletin Articles
5th April 2017

This Tiny Scottish Island Is Running Almost Entirely on Renewable…

This Tiny Scottish Island Is Running Almost Entirely on Renewable Energy Science Alert, by David Nield 05.04.2017   If you want a template for making renewable energy work in the here and now, lo…
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5th April 2017

The Election, Lao Tzu, a Cup of Water

The Election, Lao Tzu, a Cup of Water Book View Cafe, by Ursula K. Le Guin 05.04.17   Americans have voted for a politics of fear, anger, and hatred, and those of us who oppose this politics are …