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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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Senscot Bulletin
5th April 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 05.04.19

Next month begins my 80th year of life – wow! – been wondering if my enjoyment of gardening will stay a bit longer; I love it when the clocks go forward – daylight stretches, and I’m happy to …
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Bulletin Articles
4th April 2019

May’s bombshell means the Little English nationalist revolution…

The Irish Times, by Paul Mason  03.04.19 The carefully crafted illusions the May administration were founded on have crumbled into dust. After three years of civil service expertise wasted, bil…
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Senscot News
3rd April 2019

SE Action Plan Reference Sub-Group (Glasgow) – 22nd March 2

 Recommendations:     A meeting to be held with Scottish Govt Third Sector Division in advance of tendering document for Business Support Contract is finalised. Also, may be wort…
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Senscot News
3rd April 2019

Become a supplier for this year’s Pockets and Prospect̵…

After the success of last year’s Pockets and Prospects programme, Senscot and Glasgow Social Enterprise Network (GSEN) are again working in partnership to identify further social enterprises in the …
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3rd April 2019

Social enterprise accelerator programme participants announced

Seven start-up social enterprises from across Scotland, including  a skin and healthcare products company, a gardening service,  a photography agency and a walking tour company, have been selected f…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd April 2019

Firstport’s new venture – FirstImpact

Author – Josiah Lockhart (CEO) Good Afternoon, I hope you are well. I wanted to send a quick message to update you on Firstport’s new trading arm FirstImpact which formally opens its doors tod…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd April 2019

My social mobility shame

UnHerd, by Darren McGarvey 01.04.19 I hate talking about class. At least I do now. It wasn’t always this way. It used to be fun to talk and write about it when I had fuck all. Class was the in…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd April 2019

Leadership and hope – essential for violence prevention

Post Cards from Scotland John Carnochan, co-founder of Scotland’s Violence Reduction Unit and author of Conviction: Violence, culture and a shared public service agenda (Postcards from Scotland b…
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Bulletin Articles
1st April 2019

The apogee of capitalism and our political malaise

Social Europe, by Branko Milan 25.03.19 At the heart of the crisis of trust in politics lies the corrosion of public service by the ethos of private gain. There is little doubt that the western…