questions from the Political
Strategy group). They would really encourage all groups to fill it out even if
you don’t have much capacity to be involved in organising. The deadline is 29th
February, survey here:
Scottish Government support strategy for the Third Sector for the period 2011 - 2014 and complements other initiatives and activities including the Procurement Reform programme and the forthcoming Procurement Reform Bill.
School for Social
National Social ENterprise Strategy and Scottish Government have produced a new document - Governance Guiding Principles.
These Guiding Principles have been designed to allow organisations to meet existing, new and ongoing challenges and to
to spearhead a fundraising strategy for the organisation. This is a new role for the company, designed to make a step change towards a broader portfolio of regular sources of income to achieve in excess of £200k per year.
10 Year Social Enterprise Strategy. They are
now entering the second year of their funding and building on the success of the
first year of the programme they are looking for organisations from all sectors
to provide feedback and help improve
Prosperity regulatory strategy. New approaches for delivering
environmental improvements provide businesses with opportunities to enhance
their sustainability and economic performance.
“The Awards celebrate businesses which are
sustainable and viable strategy for job creation and growth are invited to make an application for funding to support the lease of a property in the city.
In addition, business advisory support will be available to support businesses to
Board to define
the business strategy and market position moving forward whilst ensuring the
values, vision and mission of the Group is incorporated into each decision.
We are looking for individuals who have a strong track
record of achievement
National Strategy for Community Justice (NSCJ) identified strategic,
collaborative planning and delivery of services as a priority. To support
this, Community Justice Scotland is leading on the development of a
first Social Enterprise strategy (in 2006) against a backdrop of
scepticism at the time. This heralded the beginnings of a supportive
infrastructure of social enterprise funding and investment support and
established the foundations for