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Senscot Bulletin
29th May 2020

Senscot Bulletin: 29.05.20

Medical research, into the psychological impact of quarantine, has found that it causes symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress.  PTS is when anxiety/panic from past physical trauma, reoccurs in the presen…
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Health & Wellbeing Newsletter
28th May 2020

Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – May

Thanks to everyone who participated in SE RESET earlier this month.   The sheer volume of participants from right across the country reflects a genuine appetite to share and learn from one another. …
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Health SEN News
27th May 2020

COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESPONSE SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR REFERRALS 

Like every social enterprise we know, we have all been impacted by the current Covid-19 situation and although we had to close our doors to the public we very much wanted to help our local and shared …
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Health SEN News
27th May 2020

Aberdeen social enterprise delivers eco-friendly fruit&veg b

Award-winning social enterprise and charity, Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE) launched the ‘Vegaroonitoon’ – or ‘Veg around the town’ fruit and vegetable box delivery scheme o…
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Health SEN News
27th May 2020

Latest news from Outfit Moray and Bike Revolution

Bike Revolution in Lossiemouth are offering free bike hire, servicing and repairs for key workers.  More information is available here.   Bike Revolution are outdoor learning and adventure charity…
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Sport SEN news
27th May 2020

The Advisory Group (TAG) – Game Changers Programme

Game Changers is a programme that will be facilitated by The Advisory Group aimed at adults with learning disabilities and will be rolled out across Glasgow from June 1st 2020. The programme aims t…
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Sport SEN news
27th May 2020

All Strong Scotland CIC – Development of Community Support App:…

All Strong Scotland C.I.C. are shortly launching a community support app with National Lottery funding, dedicated to the self-management of mental wellbeing in a safe community platform, with a partic…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Twitter labels Trump’s false claims with warning for first

The Guardian, by Julia Carrie Wong in San Francisco and Sam Levine in New York 27th May 2020 President rails against decision after his tweets on mail-in voting are marked with message: ‘Get th…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Recovery, Covid-19 and the Scottish Economy

Bella Caledonia, by George Kerevan 23rd April 2020 After Covid-19: The Scottish Government's Economic Recovery Team Unveiled. WHITHER THE Scottish economy?  This week (21 April) the Scottish Gove…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Schumpeter’s virus: How “creative destruction” could save t…

Prospect Magazine, by Barry Eichengreen 26th May 2020 The Great Depression-era economist understood that productive new businesses can rise from the rubble. But for that to happen, the old cannot b…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Scotland’s Children Bill: why the law needs to protect the righ…

The Conversation, by Fiona Morrison & Kay Tisdall 22nd May 2020 Divorce and separation affects many families, and following a breakup, most make their own arrangements about where children will…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Build Back Better – What’s it Going to Take Scotland?

Bella Caledonia, by By Katherine Trebeck (the Wellbeing Economy Alliance) & Peter Kelly (The Poverty Alliance) 19th May 2020 This year started with masks and it is likely to end with masks. …