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Queens Cross are considering building a small number of live/work units in the Hamiltonhill area. These would provide flexible space that allow small businesses to combine their living accommodation and work space. The Hamiltonhill area sits overlooking the canal just north of the city centre. These units would form part of a larger regeneration of the area with new homes, shops and infrastructure. The link above leads to a survey will help them understand the demand for this type of space, the design needs to consider and the price implications. Take the survey here.
An industry representative place has become available on the Social Enterprise Board (SEB) in Glasgow and the application process is now open!
Community Justice Scotland are carrying out a national strategic needs and strengths assessment. As part of this process they are attempting to map national community justice services across the Scottish justice process. This will be set alongside demographic data they are gathering on people currently experiencing the justice system and their needs. Community Justice Scotland would like to hear about services you are delivering which meet the following criteria :
You want to make a difference in the world and change it for the better. It’s what we love about organisations like you – and we want to help. We give workshops for ethical businesses, teaching skills and techniques that enable them to deliver on their social purpose. We cover topics like ways to best engage your community, how to evidence the great impact you’re making and how to find funding for sustainability and growth.
Helping people travel to work in a more sustainable way benefits our communities and environment. The Cycle Friendly Employer Award recognises organisations with a strong commitment to helping get people cycling to work. Organisations as small as 2 people are eligible.
The aim of the Civil Society Prize is to reward and encourage tangible initiatives and achievements by civil society organisations or individuals that have made a significant contribution to promoting European identity and integration. Its overall objective is to raise awareness of the contribution that civil society organisations and individuals can make to the creation of a European identity and citizenship in a way that underpins the common values that shore up European integration.
The next phase of the Social Enterprise Eco-system map will take you to an interactive version of the recently published map. This version contains hyper-links out to a page per organisation or initiative then links out to all appropriate websites. When clicking on each thematic area the others grey out making a bit easier to navigate. There is also a simple “how to use” guide page.
Free furniture at Bike for Good West.
Our previous annual report concluded with a prediction of 2018 bringing more exciting opportunities and we're glad to say we weren't wrong.
Take some time to find out more about the training available from the Supplier Development Programme including Webinars and Events.
Our huge congratulations to Susan who received the Strathclyde Academy for Distinguished Entrepreneurs award from Strathclyde University last week. Susan is the first social entrepreneur to be inducted into the SADE - and the 17th in total.
Thank you to SENSCOT who have written this blog is based on Assist Social Capital’s Unlocking Potential Impact Evaluation Pilot, which studied the impact being made by four Social Enterprise Networks in Scotland. You can read the full report here.
The Village Storytelling Centre Chair, of over 4 years, is moving on to a wonderful new chapter and they are now looking for a dynamic new Chair Person to move the organisation forward into it’s next stage of development. Can you help find the perfect person?
A three year Action Plan to deliver Glasgow's Social Enterprise Strategy was today (30 May) approved by Glasgow City Council.
Glasgow Chamber is once again teaming up with The Herald to provide a platform to recognise the citizens and organisations who are working at every level in the local community, sport, education, industry, culture, arts and the environment at the seventh annual Inspiring City Awards.
Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector (GCVS), the main development and support agency for voluntary and community organisations in Glasgow, is delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Bruce as its new Chief Executive. Ian will take over from the current Chief Executive Helen Macneil, who retires at the end of June, after 28 years with the organisation, 16 years as its CEO.
Aye Cycle Glasgow has been launched. The online hub for all things cycling in and around the city of Glasgow. Find out about bikes, maintenance, cycle routes, events, and all the organisations that support the cyclists of Glasgow.
This week saw Betty Elliott step down as Chair of GSEN. Betty has had a significant impact on the development and growth of the organisation. On behalf of the staff and Board our sincere thanks go to Betty for all of her guidance and support over the years, including our transition from an unincorporated organisation to the organisation we are now.