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Unsure about the legal implications of setting up a partnership between two or more organisations? @SenscotLegal's Kirsty Noble has written a blog for @p4p_3rdsector outlining some of the issues involved. Read it here: p4p.org.uk/partnersh…

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Health SEN News
3rd July 2019

Scotland’s second community pantry to open in Aberdeen

Second of its kind Scottish community pantry-style food poverty scheme to tackle food insecurity and improve oral health Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE), a social enterprise and chari…
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Health SEN News
20th June 2019

Kaleyard’s Community Work

Kaleyard held two classes with Community Connectors (of the Glasgow Council Voluntary Sector) who are a free and confidential service, connecting older people and their carers to local services, facil…
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Health SEN News
20th June 2019

Access to Sanitary Products (ASP) and Reusable Training

Scottish Government Pilot The Scottish Government asked CFINE to operate and coordinate the Access to Sanitary products pilot scheme for six months in 2017-18, through which sanitary products were …
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Cultural SEN News
5th June 2019

Wellbeing initiative launched by Stirling radio station

A new initiative has been launched in Stirling which will create a safe, social space for people to discuss wellbeing issues, with the added bonus of being able to contribute to a live radio show. …
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Health SEN News
17th April 2019

Scottish Government Public Health Reform stakeholder update

Welcome to the Public Health Reform stakeholder briefing for April 2019. In this edition you can read about developing Public Health Scotland the core and specialist public health workforce …