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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
27th November 2018

From Airbnb to city bikes, the ‘sharing economy’ has been sei…

The Guardian, by Evgeny Morozov 27.11.18 Of all the ideologies spawned by Silicon Valley, that of techno-populism – the making of empty promises on the basis of seismic digital disruption – is…
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Bulletin Articles
27th November 2018

TFN spotlight on charity status: Is the charity brand tarnished?

“Where there is charity and wisdom, there is neither fear nor ignorance,” said St Francis of Assisi in the 13th century. To be fair, this could almost be the motto of Scotland’s charity regulato…
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26th November 2018

NHS Health Scotland recommendations on reducing food poverty

See NHS Health Scotland's recommendations on how to reduce food poverty in Scotland. You can see the full report here: http://www.healthscotland.scot/media/2222/food-poverty.pdf   The g…
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26th November 2018

Twenty Scots social enterprises to benefit from new funding model

Twenty social enterprises from across Scotland have kicked off a match-up funding programme. The Social Entrepreneurs Trade Up Programme is the first time the new funding scheme called Match Trad…
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Senscot Bulletin
23rd November 2018

Senscot Bulletin: 23.11.18

Dear members and friends, In stunning Autumn sunlight, I was burning leaves this week – leaf smoke like incense.  I have one of those garden incinerators – a galvanised bucket with holes, wee …
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Bulletin Articles
22nd November 2018

Health and social care integration/Update on progress. Summary &#…

Audit Scotland - November 2018 Download full report here Key messages  Integration Authorities (IAs) have started to introduce more collaborative ways of delivering services and have made imp…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd November 2018

Being Mortal review – a surgeon’s view of how we should end o…

The Guardian, by Geraldine Bedell  02.11.18 When my father-in-law was in hospital, we asked his doctor if he was dying. She blustered, looked embarrassed and, eventually, said no. He was, thoug…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd November 2018

Gareth Thomas chose restorative justice. I hope more of us do the…

iNews, by Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff 19.11.18 I am not a rugby fan, but the dignified, emotional reaction of Welsh former rugby player Gareth Thomas after he was left with facial injuries in a homo…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd November 2018

These Are The Key Takeaways From The UN Special Rapporteur’s UK…

Rights Info, by Imogen Richmond-Bishop 21.11.18 Philip Alston, the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, has said that the UK government could end poverty if it wanted to …
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Bulletin Articles
22nd November 2018

Civil society must up its game or risk irrelevance, Unwin inquiry…

Civil Society, Kirsty Weakley 19.11.18 Charities and other civil society organisations must make radical changes and behave differently to ensure they are fit for the challenges of the future, or r…
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21st November 2018

New Chief Executive for Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire

[caption id="attachment_53611" align="alignnone" width="150"] Maddy Halliday[/caption] Third Sector Interface Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire have appointed Maddy Halliday as new Chief Executive…
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21st November 2018

Zero waste shop opens in Edinburgh following funding

Zero waste supermarket The Eco Larder opened this week following a £5000 Start It award from social enterprise development agency, Firstport. Matthew Foulds, co-founder of The Eco Larder, was one …