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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 September 2018

We can and must rebalance the economy. Here’s how.

The Guardian, by Tom Kibasi 05.09.18 Today, most people in poverty are in working households. Despite near full employment, pay continues to stagnate for the majority of people, even while growt…
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Bulletin Articles
11th September 2018

The growth of private policing is eroding justice for all

The Guardian, by John Harris 10.09.18 Martock is a 4,700-population village on the edge of the Somerset Levels. Superficially, it does not look like somewhere positioned on the cutting edge of soc…
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Bulletin Articles
10th September 2018

Sense Of Self Is An Essential Skill Of Mind

by Paul Fleischman Many articles in the Western press have confused the Buddha’s idea of “anatta,” the absence of an eternal soul, with the idea that meditation should rid you of your ordinar…
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Senscot Bulletin
7th September 2018

Senscot Bulletin: 07.09.18

Dear members and friends,   These thoughts are from a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins – I’m excited by his invention of the verb ‘to selve’ – as something we can self-enact.    …
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Bulletin Articles
6th September 2018

Joyce McMillan: England’s Empire 2.0 plan is not for Scotland

The Scotsman, by Joyce McMillan 31.08.18 A deep political divide, rather than Alex Salmond, is the main driving force behind Scottish independence, writes Joyce McMillan. On reflection, perhaps…
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Bulletin Articles
6th September 2018

Regrets of the Dying

By Bronnie Ware For many years I worked in palliative care. My patients were those who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was with them for the last three to twelve …
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Bulletin Articles
5th September 2018

‘Don’t be afraid to make mistakes’: 11 ways to be m

The Guardian, by Anne-Celine Jaeger 25.08.18 Where do great ideas come from? We asked artists, designers and writers, including Marina Abramović, Richard Quinn and Ben Okri, what gets their minds…
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Bulletin Articles
5th September 2018

The bad news is we’re dying early in Britain – and it’s all…

The Guardian, by Will Hutton 19.08.18 Britain and America are in the midst of a barely reported public health crisis. They are experiencing not merely a slowdown in life expectancy, which in many…
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Bulletin Articles
5th September 2018

The Development Set and its role in perpetuating poverty

Rethinking Poverty, by Gerry Salole 29.08.18 Gerry Salole is chief executive of the European Foundation Centre. He would like to thank Wendy Richardson for her contributions to this article. You …
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Bulletin Articles
5th September 2018

Neil Cowan: As MSPs return to Holyrood – let’s make s…

CommonSpace, by Neil Cowan 04.09.18 Neil Cowan, Policy and Parliamentary Officer at Poverty Alliance, says we should spare a thought for MSPs on their first day back at parliament from their summe…
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Bulletin Articles
5th September 2018

Glasgow City Council demand Hampden remains National Stadium in l…

The Daily Record, by Keith McLeod 20.08.18 Abandoning Hampden Park as the home of Scottish football would leave a “historic stain which would be impossible to erase”, Glasgow City Council ha…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd September 2018

Obituary – Tom Forsyth, crofter and pioneer of Eigg land re

Crofter and pioneer of Eigg land reform Born: December 11, 1930; Died: August 30, 2018 THOMAS Speed Fisher Forsyth of Scoraig, who has died aged 87, was a crofter and, as the founder of the o…