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Social Enterprise and Employability Newsletter – December 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 resp…

SE Networks News No. 24

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 Co…

Cultural and Tourism Newsletter – December 2020

Welcome to the December newsletter.  What a year it’s been!  No one could have predicted last December what was to come and I hope during the struggles of the past few months that you have…

SE Networks News No. 23

The response to the new 2020 Pockets and Prospects Programme – Collaborating in Communities to Improve Mental Health –  has been really encouraging. This year’s Programme focuses on addressin…

SE Networks News No. 22

Pockets and Prospects 2020 gets underway over the next couple of weeks – and will run through until May 2021. This year’s programme – Collaborating in Communities to Improve Mental Health -…

SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – November 2020

We are delighted with the response across the SENs to the latest Pockets & Prospect’s Project that we’re developing in collaboration with Scottish Communities for Health & Wellbeing (SCHW)…

SE Networks News No. 21

This week’s ‘Restart and Rebuild Week’ has attracted over 700  attendees – participating in over 20 separate sessions – and ends tomorrow afternoon (Friday 20th at 2pm) with the SE Restart…

Employability Newsletter – November 2020

When this newsletter arrives in your Inbox, we’ll be around halfway through #RestartRebuild – a week long series of events aiming to Inform, Inspire and Connect social enterprise across …

SE Networks News No.20

Last week, SENScot was delighted to host – ‘A Conversation with Women in Social Enterprise’ with special guest Cabinet Secretary, Aileen Campbell. The event brought together 12 women leaders fro…

Cultural & Tourism Newsletter – November 2020

Welcome to the November newsletter. I hope you are all staying well and warm. Please remember to send me updates for the next Newsletter and SENScot bulletins and remember you can post events…

SE Networks News No. 19

SENScot’s work supporting the Tourism SEN has always had a focus on the particular role of the community-led approach – putting local people at the centre of the decision-making process to produce…

SE Networks News No. 18

The TSI Network Scotland has published, this week, its Manifesto for Change – a document that outlines the third sector’s role in supporting the recovery from the impact of the Covid pandemic …

Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – October 2020

Bookings for SENScot’s ‘Restart and Rebuild Week’ are now open. Starting on Mon 16th Nov, the programme is designed to inform, inspire and connect social enterprises from across the country …

SE Networks News No. 17

SENScot – via the Tourism SEN – will be running a new community-led tourism development project in South Ayrshire and Angus over the next 18 months. This ‘pilot’ will include the formation of …

Employability Newsletter – October 2020

Our News SE Restart and Rebuild is taking place during the week of Monday 16 November hosted by SENScot, the local SEN’s and other partners to inform, inspire and connect social en…

SE Network News No 16

Following on from SE Reset Week in May 2020, SENScot will be hosting ‘Restart and Rebuild Week’ – from Monday 16th November through to Friday 20th November. Bookings will open on Monday 19th Oct…

SE Network News Edition No.15

SENScot has been supporting the Tourism SEN since 2016 – in response to the growing number of social and community enterprises active in this area. An important component of this is community touris…

SE Network News Edition No.14

SENScot – on behalf of Sport SEN members – has written a follow-up letter to Joe FitzPatrick (Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing) – on the back of our original letter in late July 2…

SE Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – September 2020

During our SE Reset week in May, mental health & wellbeing emerged strongly as one of the key themes – with social enterprises highlighting a range of issues relating to workforce, service users, …

SE Network News Edition No.13

During our SE Reset week in May, mental health & wellbeing emerged strongly as one of the key themes – with social enterprises highlighting a range of issues relating to workforce; service users; …

SE Network News Edition No.12

Final details of Scottish Govt’s Community & Third Sector Recovery Programme is due to be announced over the next week or so. Information, to date, suggests that the £25m fund is being made ava…

SE Network News Edition No.11

Social Enterprise Network Scotland is now in its third month and whilst our ‘settling in’ period is still with us, we have been fortunate, thanks to our staff, in being able to maintain our day-to…

SE Cultural & Tourism Newsletter – September 2020

September 2020 Welcome to the September newsletter. We are in the process of developing a new website and want to fill it with wonderful images from social enterprises across Scotland- if you ha…

SE Network News Edition No.10

This week saw the First Minister announce Scottish Govt’s Programme for Government – Protecting Scotland, Renewing Scotland. Headlines have predictably focused on the plans for IndyRef 2, however,…

SE Network News Edition No.9

Next week – Wednesday 2nd September – sees CEIS host its annual SE Policy and Practice Conference. Due to obvious circumstances, the event will be taking place ‘remotely’ – and, understandab…

SE Network News Edition No.8

In recent weeks, we have highlighted the difficulties being experienced by Sport SEN members – and other organisations running sport or leisure facilities – including particular concerns about the…