A significant milestone for SENScot this week as it closes its Edinburgh base in Walker Street. Having started life in 1999, SENScot took an office in Manor Place and – over the next couple of years – managed to secure the lease for 4 of the 5 floors in the building, creating a social/community enterprise […]
As we approach the first anniversary of ‘lockdown’, there will be many reflections on the last twelve months and the impact it has had on all of us – as individuals, families and communities. It will also be a time to reflect on and highlight the way in which individuals and communities have responded during […]
Yesterday, SENScot and DTA Scotland hosted a joint learning session on Supporting Workforce Mental Health & Wellbeing: The session sought to share learning and ideas on supporting staff and volunteer mental health and wellbeing – both from organisational and individual perspectives – as well as to explore working partnerships with others. A fuller report – […]
Saturday – 6th March – marks the start of the Scottish Rural Parliament – a series of events (between 6th -18th March) that will bring together people who live and work in rural and island Scotland. Over five days, the Rural Parliament will address topics such as Young People Leading Change; Democracy and Local Governance; […]
A couple of initiatives have caught our eye over the last week – both of which have a focus very much on the development, support and promotion of the role of women in enterprise in Scotland. The first – a collaboration between DTA Scotland and Women’s Enterprise Scotland – will focus on developing enterprise skills and encourage […]
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.