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SE Network News – No 69


Scottish Govt’s consultation period on a National Care Service (NCS) came to an end this week (Tues, 2nd Nov). The consultation was presented as an opportunity to change the way support and services are delivered. With so many SEN members actively exploring the development of local solutions to the delivery of health and social care, SENScot facilitated a couple […]

SE Health & Wellbeing – October 2021


Autumn is well and truly here and COP26 is just around the corner, but as always there’s lots going on in the world of health & wellbeing and social enterprise.  Give me a shout if there are discussions or sessions that you’d like to take place before the end of the year, and we’ll get them in the diary.  All the best,   Mary  Development ManagerSocial Enterprise Network […]

SE Network News – No 68


On Sunday, COP26 gets underway in Glasgow. The importance of the conference cannot be overstated as we enter, what many commentators consider, the ‘decisive decade’ in seeking to get the world on a safer path. Over the last couple of months, we have tried to highlight some on the initiatives that have and are taking place in […]

SE Network News – No 67


Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) – a much valued and utilised programme by so many SEN members in providing meaningful employment for young people most disadvantaged in the labour market – is coming to end, with funding transferring to Local Authorities from April 2022 under No One Left Behind.  Whilst £5mn of the £20mn NOLB funding has […]

SE & Employability Newsletter – October 2021


Community Jobs Scotland employers – we know a good many members have really valued CJS.  SCVO are currently evaluating the programme, please take 15 minutes to complete the survey and let them know your thoughts on CJS – what worked and what could be improved – and your opinions on future employability programmes.  SCVO will supply the anonymised […]

SE Network News – No 66


On Tuesday, SENScot held a well attended AGM – our first since the merger of Social Firms Scotland and Senscot in July 2020. Aside from the formal business of the day, two issues dominated discussion. Firstly, SENScot Director, Pauline Gordon gave this presentation on the activities and work that SENScot has been involved in over the last […]

SE Cultural & Tourism Newsletter – October 2021


Welcome to the October newsletter. I hope you are all managing to take some time, in between the rain, to enjoy Scotland in the Autumn. Early morning walks with my pup are my most peaceful time of the day. 

SE Network News – No 65


This week, at Holyrood, Deputy First Minster, John Swinney announced the publication of  A Fairer Future, Scottish Govt’s Covid recovery strategy, aimed at helping those most affected by the pandemic. The strategy, when implemented, will see the Govt working with local government, the third sector, and businesses – with a commitment to ‘address the systemic inequalities […]

SE & Sport Newsletter – October 2021


This month we are delighted to share a new Sport SEN member Case Study, Westquarter and Redding Cricket Club (WRCC), who were founded in 1908 and are a progressive and inclusive social enterprise who demonstrate a clear desire to make a difference within their community, using sport as a tool to create positive impact. This case study charts their journey from a sports club to a […]

SE Network News – No 64


SENScot will be holding its AGM on 12th October 2021 at 1pm – and, as well as covering ‘formal business’, will provide members and other attendees with a highlight presentation on our activities since the merger of Senscot and Social Firms Scotland back in July 2020. The meeting will also provide the latest information regarding […]

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