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Bulletin Articles
23rd September 2020

Doris Lessing’s understanding of human progress

  “It seems to me something like this: every so often, perhaps once in a century, there’s a sort of act of faith. A well of faith fills up, and there’s an enormous heave forward in one c…
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Bulletin Articles
17th September 2020

ALL SEN session: DWP Kickstart scheme

You’re invited to join us at an ALL SEN session: DWP Kickstart scheme (Thursday 24th Sept, 10-11am) DWP recently launched their Kickstart scheme, funding the creation of high quality 6-month work…
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Uncategorised
16th September 2020

English nationalism is too naive to know its limits

Because the Brexiteers cannot articulate the force that drives them, they cannot set its boundaries Fintan O'Toole Irish Times, 15th September 2020 What has brought the UK to the point of ope…
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Bulletin Articles
14th September 2020

Criminal Records

Criminal Record is a record label and for ex-offenders and artists who’re prepared to give of their time to help those who are in, or have come through, the criminal justice system. The label wil…
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Bulletin Articles
14th September 2020

Glasgow SEN appoint new Director

GSEN Director Appointed The GSEN Board are delighted to announce that the new Director for the network has been appointed.  Jennifer Robertson is the current Social Enterprise officer for the thre…
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10th September 2020

SE Cultural & Tourism Newsletter – September 2020

  September 2020   Welcome to the September newsletter. We are in the process of developing a new website and want to fill it with…
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Cultural SEN News
9th September 2020

CUPIDO Digital Heritage Workshops Kick Off in September

  *CUPIDO’s second round of on-line digital heritage workshops kicks off in September. There was a great response to the earlier series with hundreds participating in the workshops and thous…
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Uncategorised
9th September 2020

Scottish Govt’s ‘Plan for Government’

An Excerpt: “A thriving third sector and growing volunteering is vital to Scotland. Its economic and social contribution is vast and as such it is an essential partner to Government. The Scottish…
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Sport SEN Newsletter
3rd September 2020

Social Enterprise & Sport Newsletter – September 2020

Welcome to September’s Sport Social Enterprise Newsletter It’s exciting to see so many sport social enterprises having opened their doors on Monday 31 August, or planning to re-open over th…
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Sport SEN news
2nd September 2020

Sport and Health SEN Virtual Session: Using Sport and Physical Ac…

Wednesday 9 September 10.00 – 11.30 In recognition of the impact that Covid -19 will have on mental health and wellbeing, we have been hosting a series of SEN sessions focusing on this topic. …
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Bulletin Articles
2nd September 2020

Contribution of Community Recognised As Cumbernauld Social Enterp…

Cornerstone House Centre is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month, and is marking the occasion by sharing memories and extending thanks to all staff, volunteers, partners and funders past and pr…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd September 2020

Protect Scotland, Renew Scotland

Scottish Government - Programme for Government (September 2020)   We have been through difficult times as a country. Since the start of this crisis, we have asked so much of our public serv…