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Senscot News
31st July 2020

All SEN Session: Flexible Working & Mental Wellbeing –…

  This session will explore flexible working as one of the ways to support staff mental health & wellbeing as organisations move out of Phase 3 and towards Phase 4 of Scotland’s …
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Health & Wellbeing Newsletter
29th July 2020

July 20 Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter

  Welcome to the first Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter arriving in your inbox from Social Enterprise Network Scotland. This is our official new name since merging wi…
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Senscot News
29th July 2020

SEN Meetings: Dates for your Diary

  Thursday 30th July (11.00 to 12 noon) Employability SEN session:  Find out more about the new DWP framework, CAEHRS – a new method for contracting employment support for individuals…
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Uncategorised
29th July 2020

Time to end handouts for heirs

Financial Times, By Simon Kuper 23.07.20 Simon Kuper JULY 23 2020 224 Print this page Be the first to know about every new Coronavirus story Get instant email alerts Blaming immigrants is so 201…
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Community Food SEN News
29th July 2020

Community Food SEN Session: The Value of Collaboration in Food Pr…

Summary of key points   Match resources with need Not everyone wants to work in partnership You can potentially find partnerships within partnerships! Reduced staffing capacity (furl…
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Health SEN News
29th July 2020

Get Active Coaching

Get Active Coaching CIC are a new social enterprise promoting health and wellbeing through sport and exercise. We work within our community to ensure everyone has access to sport and exercise as we be…
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Health SEN News
29th July 2020

Mid Argyll Community Pool Redevelopment – Exciting news!

The ambitious redevelopment plans to transform MACPool into a Health and Well being Community Hub received a huge boost this week with the news that the National Lottery Community Fund have awarded…
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2020

Scotland may be the price of Boris Johnson’s place in history

UK prime minister will have to fight to save the Union from himself Robert Shrimsley - Financial Times - July 2020 Boris Johnson’s place in history is already assured. Less clear is what the B…
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Senscot Bulletin
16th July 2020

Edition No.3: Thursday, 16th July 2020

As Social Enterprise Network Scotland looks to bed in and begin to formalise its role as a strong representative body for front-line social and community enterprises in Scotland, we are also very …
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Health SEN News
16th July 2020

The Wee Retreat CIC

The Wee Retreat CIC are developing an online service for businesses to support the wellbeing of their staff/volunteers/service users/members.  They are looking for a small number of organisations to …
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Uncategorised
16th July 2020

New York vs London: my Covid-19 culture shock

Gillian Tett (Financial Times) 8th July 2020 Last weekend I made a journey that I used to consider utterly commonplace in happier, pre-Covid times — but which now seems momentous. With one teenag…
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9th July 2020

Cultural Newsletter July 2020

Welcome   Welcome to the July newsletter.   Since the last newsletter we have merged with Social Firms Scotland.  You may have seen in last weeks bulletin that the name of the new e…