Recent newsletters have been referencing Scottish Govt’s consultation on a National Care Service (NCS) – as well as a couple of sessions that SENScot has hosted this month – aimed at giving SEN members the opportunity to share their thoughts with one another in advance of submitting a response or ‘briefing’ from a social enterprise perspective. Scottish […]
Scottish Govt’s Programme for Government 2021-22 was announced last week. Many of the headlines, naturally, focused on further investment in the NHS Recovery Plan – including the establishment of National Care Service; measures to tackle both the ‘attainment gap’ and the levels of poverty that continue to afflict so many of our communities; plans to support the […]
With so many eyes on COP26 in Glasgow later this year, Greta Thunberg gave us all a stark reminder, last week, that Scotland still has a lot of work to do if it wishes to consider itself a ‘world leader’ on climate change. This, co-incidentally, came in the same week as the launch of the Third […]
This morning saw the formal launch of the Third Sector NetZero Strategy as part of the CEIS’ SE Policy and Practice Conference. Late last year, SENScot convened a Steering Group that included SCVO, CEIS, SCA, CRNS, Scottish Communities Finance, SES, DTA Scotland and Firstport. The Group consulted with their respective membership to help shape a draft Strategy that […]
The TSI Network Scotland has, this week, published a new report – focussing on the roles played by TSIs during Covid 19 – accompanied by this short video. Funded by Scottish Govt, and prepared in partnership with Evaluation Support Scotland, the report identifies five particular recommendations: celebrate the role of the third sector and volunteers during Covid-19; build awareness locally […]
As highlighted in recent weeks, Partnership for Procurement (P4P) will be hosting its ‘Third Sector Collaboration Week’ – starting on Monday 30th August – and running through to Friday 3rd September. Whilst hosted by P4P, the week-long campaign is also being supported by SENScot, working closely with a number of place-based and thematic Social Enterprise Networks (SENs). […]
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.