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SE & Employability Newsletter – February 2022


SEN Session:  Fair Work in Practice – Wednesday 23rd February (10.30am) – organised by SENScot and SCVO – to learn about and share Fair Work practices that social enterprises and the wider third sector have implemented within their organisation.  Speakers will talk us through the Fair Work practices they have embraced. Scottish Govt will also provide an update on […]

SE Network News – No 81


In January, SENScot submitted a response on behalf of SEN members to Scottish Govt’s consultation on becoming a Fair Work Nation. Following up on this and to help organisations get a better understanding of how Fair Work will operate in practice, SENScot is hosting an event, in partnership with SCVO, on Wednesday, 23rd February (10.30am). With over 70 organisations […]

SE Cultural & Tourism Newsletter – February 2022


Welcome to the February newsletter.  It’s been a busy start to the year for many of you and, with restrictions gradually easing, it looks like many of you are going to continue to be busy.  

SE & Sport Newsletter – February 2022


Last week we hosted the first sport SEN meeting of 2022 which had a focus on Climate Change. We heard from Kieran Daily (Social Investment Scotland) on the new Social Enterprise Net Zero Fund and Pauline Hinchion (Scottish Community Finance) on Community Bonds. It was also a good opportunity to hear from members on plans to help address the […]

SE Network News – No 80


SENScot’s Community Wellbeing Exchange (CWE) has received additional funding from Scottish Community Alliance and will now provide 20 community organisations with £1000 each to buy in mental health & wellbeing activities and services from social enterprises from across Scotland. A Supplier Call Out has now been circulated for organisations who may be interested in providing such services and activities. The […]

SE Network News – No 79


Earlier this month, SENScot hosted a session with SEN members to collate views and opinions to inform a SEN response to Scottish Govt’s current consultation on Ending the Need for Foodbanks. With responses invited by Tuesday, 25th January 2022, SENScot submitted this Response on behalf of SEN members, in the hope that the voices of frontline social enterprises can […]

SE Health & Wellbeing – January 2022


SENScot has been involved in the delivery of Scottish Community Alliance’s Pockets & Prospects Programme since its inception in 2018 and we’re now busy getting underway with this year’s 2022 Programme – now to be known as the Community Wellbeing Exchange.    Earlier this month we invited ‘notes of interest’ from Sport SEN members and the […]

SE Network News – No 78


SENScot has been involved in the delivery of Scottish Community Alliance’s Pockets & Prospects Programme since its inception in 2018 – see the 2021 Summary Report. Planning is now well underway for our 2022 Programme – now to be known as the Community Wellbeing Exchange. Earlier this month, we invited ‘notes of interest’ from Sport SEN members and […]

SE & Sport Newsletter – January 2022


Happy New Year and we hope that everyone managed some down time over the festive period and are rested and ready for the year ahead!  During the past year we hosted a number of sessions relating to social enterprise and net zero. Just to recap, we supported a pilot project delivered by Sustainable Pathways for sport SEN […]

SE & Employability Newsletter – January 2022


Scottish Govt’s consultation on becoming a Fair Work Nation came to an end in December.  Given how significantly social enterprises contribute to the Govt’s Fair Work ambitions, SENScot facilitated a series of consultation sessions to inform our response on behalf of SEN members – thank you to members for your valuable contribution.  Key messages to emerge include: Fair Work should […]

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