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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
12th June 2018

How Community Philanthropy Shifts Power: What Donors Can Do to He…

GrantCraft, by Jenny Hodgson & Anna Pond 16.04.18 Conclusion As mentioned right at the start, this paper has been written for funders. Its intended audience is those individuals whose day j…
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Bulletin Articles
12th June 2018

Community Philanthropy: It’s Not Just for the Wealthy Anymore

NonProfit Quarterly 13.03.12 Until somewhat recently in the U.S., community foundations were pretty much the province of the wealthy. The same goes for the rest of institutional philanthropy—fam…
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Senscot Bulletin
8th June 2018

Senscot Bulletin: 08.06.18

Dear members and friends, Mental illness among the young is a growing concern for health authorities – such that more attention is, at last, being given to the potential harm of social media. Spe…
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Bulletin Articles
7th June 2018

Social care contributes billions to the Scottish economy

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones 05.06.18 The social care sector contributes billions of pounds to the Scottish economy. A report by the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) has revealed …
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Bulletin Articles
7th June 2018

Front Bench: Super Tuesday will test the Government, but bigger v…

The Telegraph, by Daniel Capurro  05.06.18 A sample of today's Front Bench morning politics email is below. If you like what you see, sign up here. Don't forget to vote in the poll and leave yo…
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Bulletin Articles
7th June 2018

‘Has anything changed?’: your reaction to A Very Engl

The Guardian  ‘I have vivid memories of scouring the London Evening News to read what had taken place’ A five star adaptation with stellar cast and perfect direction. I worked in Holborn wh…
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Bulletin Articles
7th June 2018

The establishment uncovered: how power works in Britain

The Guardian, by Owen Jones  26.08.18 efinitions of "the establishment" share one thing in common: they are always pejorative. Rightwingers tend to see it as the national purveyor of a rampant,…
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Bulletin Articles
5th June 2018

The nonprofit sector is the third largest employer in America

Fast Company, by Ben Paynter Nonprofits talk a lot about their missions to do good and change the world, but the collective might of these groups has strengthened quality of life within the U.S. an…
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5th June 2018

Social enterprise cook school opens latest café in new developme…

A West Lothian social enterprise has opened its latest base at the centre of a new community. The Larder, Livingston’s ground-breaking cook school, has opened its latest café premises in the Cal…
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Senscot Bulletin
1st June 2018

Senscot Bulletin: 01.06.18

Dear members and friends, When I was young, no-one used the term ‘autism’ – which suggests we had other language to understand and describe these behaviours: ‘painfully shy’, ‘slow’, …