It would be remiss of us not to acknowledge Volunteers’ Week Scotland 2021 – and the vital role volunteers play in just about every aspect of life in Scotland. Within our social enterprise community itself, so many organisations are dependent on the contribution of volunteers to be able to deliver core services – and, over the last […]
Last week saw many across the Third Sector in Scotland, including SENScot, welcome the appointment of Shona Robison as the new Cabinet Secretary for Social Justice, Housing and Local Government – replacing Aileen Campbell who stepped down at the May elections. This week, however, has seen concerns raised at what is seen as a ‘splitting of the […]
Yesterday saw the First Minister announce her new Cabinet – with a number of familiar faces departing – and a new, but still familiar, cohort stepping up to the plate. Clearly, for our sector, the key appointment is Aileen Campbell’s replacement as Cabinet Secretary for Social Justice, Housing and Local Government – which has gone to Shona […]
Since the launch of the new SE Action Plan at the end of March, SENScot has helped facilitate a series of place-based and thematic SENs session to get feedback from frontline organisations on how they see the new Action Plan – what are its strengths – and what areas still require to be built upon. A summary of the […]
SENScot has launched its new website this week – www.senscot.net – which, hopefully, will provide a clear and accessible resource – not just for SENs and their members – but also for anyone currently active around the social and community enterprise sector in Scotland – and beyond. Some ‘final tuning’ will take place over the coming week. […]
Social Entrepreneurs Network Scotland (Senscot) is registered as a Scottish charity under Scottish Charity No. SC029210 and as a limited company under Company Registration No. SC278156. Its registered office is at 41 Miller Street, Glasgow.