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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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Bulletin Articles
23rd January 2018

Craig Sanderson to retire after 43 years with Link

Scottish Housing News  Link Group Ltd chief executive Craig Sanderson has announced his intention to retire after 43 years of service at the Association. Mr Sanderson will step down later this …
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Senscot Bulletin
19th January 2018

Senscot Bulletin: 19.01.18

Dear members and friends, My annual, new year ‘clear-out’ included a box containing seventeen discarded coffee makers – mostly the Italian aluminium type; a reminder of how important coffee i…
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18th January 2018

The SENs: Friday 19th January 2018

Scottish Govt, this week, launched a consultation – A Connected Scotland: Tackling social isolation and loneliness and building stronger communities – following the publication of its draft strate…
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Bulletin Articles
18th January 2018

We need to “change the narrative” on migration in lig…

The Herald, by Tom Gordon Nicola Sturgeon has called for new national debate on immigration, warning of long-term harm to public services and the economy if Brexit cuts the flow of EU migrants to S…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2018

The power of little: 6 things you need to know about… small and…

Civil Society Futures.org, by Nicola Frost Nicola Frost is Knowledge Guru at the Devon Community Foundation which provides a flexible and personal way for individuals and organisations to invest in…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2018

The rise of the shadow state: the truth about outsourcing

The New Statesman, by Alan White Contractors like Serco, G4S and Clearel have become "too big to fail", while it's taxpayers' money they're consuming. People’s eyes tend to glaze over when you…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2018

A heavy price will have to be paid for this failure of privatisat…

The Herald Scotland, by Iain Macwhirter 17.01.18 PFI for beginners. Civil servant has dinner with mates in City in 1990. They dream up a wheeze for increasing public spending without appearing t…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2018

Extract – Why Neil Oliver is not the NTS’s biggest pr

The National, by Lesley Riddoch 04.01.18 The question of who chairs NTS may appear to be a matter only for the charity and its 330 thousand members. But NTS owns and manages a lot of land with a…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2018

Looking for Spinoza

Antonio Damasio 2004 Understanding the biology of emotions, and the fact that the value of each emotion differs so much in our current human environment, offers considerable opportunities for un…
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Bulletin Articles
16th January 2018

PRESS RELEASE – Exclusive research shows impacts of propose…

Exclusive research shows impacts of proposed RBS branch closures to rural Scotland The Westminster Scottish Affairs Committee will take evidence from SRA on Wednesday 17 January on the impacts of p…
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16th January 2018

SCVO reveals new convener

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) has appointed a new convener. Former Edinburgh City Council leader Andrew Burns has been announced as th…
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Senscot Bulletin
12th January 2018

Senscot Bulletin: 12.01.18

Dear members and friends, Got my usual new year urge to chuck stuff out; two carloads this year to the Council’s beautifully run Linlithgow recycling centre: a series of giant skips – all lined u…