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Senscot Bulletin
18th April 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 18.04.19

‘Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café’ is about brave women in Alabama USA during the Depression; a recent chance viewing on TV set several themes running – particularly the ending: …
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Health & Wellbeing Newsletter
17th April 2019

Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – April 2019

Welcome to April’s Health & Wellbeing Newsletter. The Scottish Government’s Social Enterprise Census 2019, the third official count of enterprising charities and social enterprises in Scot…
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Bulletin Articles
17th April 2019

A History of Social Enterprise in Scotland

A History of Social Enterprise in Scotland is a travelling exhibition curated as part of a Scottish Government funded project to develop the Social Enterprise Collection (Scotland). The project is …
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Bulletin Articles
17th April 2019

Social Enterprise Collection project summary

Developing the Social Enterprise Collection (Scotland) Inspiring social enterprise in Scotland by preserving and retelling the history of the sectors distinctive heritage is the aim of a new projec…
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Health SEN News
17th April 2019

Scottish Government Public Health Reform stakeholder update

Welcome to the Public Health Reform stakeholder briefing for April 2019. In this edition you can read about developing Public Health Scotland the core and specialist public health workforce …
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Bulletin Articles
17th April 2019

Moves to make food security a human right in Scotland

Third Force News, by Robert Armour 15.04.19 Food should be a human right in Scotland, a new report has said. A move to enshrine the right in law would help alleviate health inequality, claimed …
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Bulletin Articles
17th April 2019

Luxembourg to become first country to make all public transport f…

The Guardian, by Daniel Boffey 05.12.18 Luxembourg is set to become the first country in the world to make all its public transport free. Fares on trains, trams and buses will be lifted next s…
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Bulletin Articles
17th April 2019

Extract from Muhammad Yunus’ 2010 book – ‘Build…

Extract from Chapter – ‘Profit and Social Business’     Some people ask, why exclude the idea of combining the power of the profit principle with the goal of social benefit—or “doing we…
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Bulletin Articles
17th April 2019

Profit and Social Business Full Chapter

Extract from Muhammad Yunus’ book – Building Social Business Some people ask, why exclude the idea of combining the power of the profit principle with the goal of social benefit—or “doing w…
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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2019

Six steps to save our local councils from financial meltdown

The Herald, by Hannah Rodger 14.04.19 Comments from Herald article: Andrew Macaulay 14th April 6:40 am Several excellent ideas. I do like LVT, but remain wary of council run repairs and buil…
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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2019

UNISON Scotland commissioned report on alternative sources of fun…

The Jimmy Read Foundation 15.03.19 UNISON and Jimmy Reid Foundation call for fundamental review of funding local government UNISON Scotland and the Jimmy Reid Foundation are calling for a funda…
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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2019

The Cathedral Builders, by John Ormand

They climbed on sketchy ladders towards God, with winch and pulley hoisted hewn rock into heaven, inhabited the sky with hammers, defied gravity, deified stone, took up God's house to meet him, …