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SE Network News – No. 29

28/01/2021

The Social Renewal Advisory Board (SRAB) was set up by Scottish Govt in September 2020 – to come up proposals that can renew and transform Scotland once we start to emerge from the pandemic. SRAB’s work included a series of ‘community listening events’; ‘deep dive’ focus groups; a ‘call for ideas’ from national and local organisations; as well as […]

Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – January 2021

28/01/2021

A couple of things to highlight in this first Social Enterprise Health & Wellbeing Newsletter of the year – P4P is offering its Procurement Healthcheck consultancy service free of charge for the first 10 SEN members who sign up before the end of February. This includes an assessment and report to help you identify your […]

SE Network News – No. 28

21/01/2021

During 2020, as we were all trying to get to grips with the Covid pandemic and its impact on our lives, SENScot hosted two week-long events – in May, SE Reset Week – and, in November, Restart and Rebuild Week. The focus of both weeks was to bring social enterprises from all across the country together to see […]

Social Enterprise and Employability Newsletter – January 2021

19/01/2021

We’d like to wish all our members, supporters and partners a happier and more positive 2021. All SEN Session: Apprenticeships 10-11am, Wednesday 10th February In the last Employability newsletter we highlighted a number of apprenticeship-related initiatives (eg, Pathways Apprenticeships, Apprenticeship Employer Grant) – hear more from Skills Development Scotland about these opportunities.  Contact Jayne to register

SE Network News – No. 27

14/01/2021

SENScot’s work supporting a Community-led Tourism pilot in South Ayrshire and Angus is now beginning to pick up pace. Already, local steering groups have been set up in both Girvan (South Ayrshire) and Brechin (Angus) – made up of representatives from the community as well as the public and private sectors. Prior to the Christmas break, a tender […]

SE Cultural & Tourism Newsletter – January 2021

13/01/2021

Welcome to the January newsletter.  Happy New Year! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas break, found some time to rest and maybe even time to play in the snow.

SE Network News – No. 26

07/01/2021

We’d like to kick off the first newsletter of 2021 by wishing everyone a very happy new year. Clearly the challenges of 2020 remain with us – but, like everyone, hope that the coming months will bring some much-needed respite. For our social enterprise community, we will be doing our very best to provide as […]

Social Enterprise and Employability Newsletter – December 2020

23/12/2020

As this is the last employability newsletter of 2020, Janice and I just wanted to pay tribute to our members for the breathtaking speed, extraordinary resilience and unswerving commitment of your response to COVID – across communities, and for our most vulnerable people. You have proven just how invaluable and essential you are again and […]

SE Network News – No 25

17/12/2020

Last week, we highlighted some of our main activities during 2020. The year has been unlike any we have experienced – both in personal and working capacities – and, like everyone, we hope 2021 will be a whole lot better. The activities we identified last week very much had a focus on supporting, connecting and […]

SE Networks News No. 24

10/12/2020

As we approach the end of a challenging year – on many levels – it seems appropriate to reflect on our activity over the last twelve months. 2020 has been, and always will be, associated with the Covid pandemic and its impact across the globe. The impact on social enterprises in Scotland and the communities […]

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