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‘Real training for real jobs – the 1987 European Social Fund training programmes’

Contents of the 1987 ESF training programme booklet:
-Introduction
-Community business in Strathclyde
-The 1987 programme, detailing the stages of the training programme
-Barlanark Community Enterprises Ltd: A case study (comic strip)
-Statistical summary of the 1987 training programme
-Conclusion: some lessons learned
-Appendix, detailing each training programme with an evaluation of its effectiveness

Scottish Community Investment Fund plc prospectus

Published version of the investment fund prospectus sent to potential subscribers detailing, description of the fund and how it will operate, financial projections, accountants' reports, procedure for application and application form. Redacted for data protection.
This document is held in several collections within the Social Enterprise Collection (Scotland), the digitised copy is from the John Pearce collection.

CBSN annual report, 2000-2001

Contents of the CBSN annual report 2000-2001:

  • CBS Network's mission
  • Message from the Board of Directors
  • CBS Network
  • 'Sustainable Sustainability', Rudo M Chitiga, Commonwealth Foundation
  • CBS Network's projects and programmes in Scotland and throughout the UK
  • CBS Network's European links
  • CBS Network's International links
  • CBS Network Services Ltd
  • CBS Network's organisation
  • CBS Network's finances
  • Conclusion
  • Contact details

This document is held in several collections within the Social Enterprise Collection (Scotland), the digitised copy is from the John Pearce collection.

Community business news, issue 37

Issue 37 content:

  • CB News: SCEIF opens for business; Secondment makes big impact, report from Action Resource Centre (ARC); Dundee now a city of recovery, as Britain's 3rd recycling city; Possil secures city's culture, contracts for Possil Community Business for Glasgow City of Culture programme; Tullibody Communtiy Enterprise new grasscutting contract; Buckhaven Parish Church Training Agency wins award
  • Trading fairly, profile of two Traidcraft suppliers
  • New co-op for Rochdale, Shomiti clothing co-operative
  • CRT awards bursaries, interviews with Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary winners
  • Community owned printing companies: Prime Print and Design, Stoneyburn; Raploch Community Enterprise Printing; Ad-tec Enterprises, Castlemilk
  • New move in Northern Ireland, Community Business Northern Ireland (CBNI) set up
  • Living on the edge of Scotland, community business in the Shetland Isles
  • Its a long and winding road, Glen Buchanan reflects on his two years as CBS Convenor
  • Convention 1990: 300 to attend convention
  • An American tale, comparison of community economic development in Scotland and America
  • Book reviews
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

Community business news, issue 40

Issue 40 content:

  • CB News: Changes in Strathclyde, to transform Strathclyde Community Business; Developing Glasgow, role of the Glasgow Development Agency (SDA); SCEIF makes first loans; New study into community enterprise, on macro policies; Working out, new magazine; Development worker network set up, in Fife; New doors open for secondment, with Action Resource Centre (ARC); Visit a Commonwealth country of your choice, with a Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary; The building bricks of success, Jagzandben Community Enterprises Development Organisation, Ghana
  • Turning the tide of Tower Hill, workspace creation in Liverpool
  • Helping the places others forgot, work of the Civic Trust Regeneration Unit (CTRU) in the UK
  • Re-industrialization from below, using the legal procedure of the 'power of eminent domain' to take over abandoned workspaces
  • Penguins, yachts and failures, review of Scottish Business in the Community AGM
  • The French connection, report on study tour to Lyon, France, looking at combating unemployment
  • Community business developments in Lothian: Craigshill Initiative Community Enterprises Ltd; Business Development Network; Craigsfarm launderette
  • Turkana Fisherman's Co-operative, Kenya, a case study from a Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary recipient
  • Marketing - does it have a role within community business?
  • Social auditing in a global context
  • Horrorscope 1991, what it holds for community enterprise in Scotland

Community business news, issue 44

Issue 44 content:

  • CB News: Boost for Whitfield economy, Community Business Whitfield, Dundee, new premises; A first for Alloa, Alloa Community Enterprises buy first recycling vehicle in Scotland; Trusting in regeneration, Tower Hill Community Trust, Kirkby, launched; Workers take over bus company, Clydesdale 2000; First European COMMACT conference identifies global challenges;
  • What we do in Scotland, photographs and list of range of community business activities
  • Report from the front line, by recipient of Commonwealth Relations Trust bursary to visit Zimbabwe
  • AGM of SCEIF, four page feature on the year's activities: Needleworks; Cumbrae Holiday Apartments; Linn Park; Maryhill Workshops Ltd; Four Acres Trust; Barra
  • Mixing oil and water - is emulsion the solution?, on the dawning era of the social economy
  • It's you we answer to! WesterHailes housing development selected as testbed for pioneering home security system provided by BT
  • Special needs co-ops build confidence, Durham Co-operative Development Association
  • Co-op focus: New co-operative theatre company, Hull Freetown Theatre; Co-operative braille service, Tactile Audio Braille Services Ltd, Humberside; European Co-ops meet in Glasgow, hosted by the Scottish Co-operatives Development Committee; New fair trade coffee, Cafedirect; Scottish green show in March 1992; New UK Co-operative Council; Linking conference in Telford; New supplier of recycled paper, Green Paper Company, Edinburgh; New green fund, the Environmental Development Fund
  • Hendon 2000, community development in the 1990s part one, an attempt in Sunderland to halt the spiral decline in an inner area of the town
  • City challenge, review of the Department of the Environment's scheme

Community business news, issue 38

Issue 38 content:

  • CB News: Cardenden Community Store to open in Fife; Radio skills course offered by East End Radio, Glasgow; New contract for Tullibody Enterprise Services; Trainees with Poldrait Service and Industry adopt special Olympics athlete; Farm's Laundrette opens, at Craigsfarm; Friendly paper available
  • Recycling: it takes three to tango, report by Project Executive for Recycling at the Scottish Development Agency
  • Dundee, city of recovery, a recycling city
  • Recycling, a little step at a time, Scottish Development Agency recycling forum in Glasgow
  • Sounding a cautionary note, on recycled paper
  • Gartcosh.. a by word, recycling waste paper
  • Leeds City Council says Save Waste and Prosper (SWAP)
  • Getting on the job, Falkirk Paper Recycling Project
  • When cleaning out means cleaning up, Great Recovery uplifting waste paper from Council offices
  • High-tech BITS in Falkirk, Business Information and Training Services
  • The birth of a new idea, Little Feet Nursery Services, Greenock
  • Lost opportunities, call for stronger links between community council and community business
  • Creating networks, community enterprise in the Midlands
  • Developing the economy of Cleveland, the Community Enterprise Development Officer (CEDO) initiative
  • Convention 1990 workshops
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

Community business news, issue 39

Issue 39 content:

  • CB News: Grants for Scottish Homes; MP re-opens printworks, printers owned by Bute Enterprises; New community enterprise in Manchester, New City Furniture Ltd; Caring in the community, awards scheme; Kick start for Kirkby; Changing the economy, new community newspaper from Community Enterprise Lothian; Recycling guide to be published; Applications invited for Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary; Season of mists and AGMs, Community Enterprise Support Unit (Central Region), Strathclyde Community Business, and Solway Community Business; Support unit up and running, Community Enterprise Support Unit (CESU); Cardenden opens its own store; Community business moves up market, Goodwill Enterprises changes it name to Premier Commercial Interiors
  • The party's over, report on the 1990 CBS Convention
  • Think global - act local, Ingrid Salomonsen talks about COMMACT
  • Working for common wealth, report on the Commonwealth conference in New Zealand
  • Community enterprise in the Commonwealth: in New Zealand; in Kenya
  • The Right Livelihood Award, 1990 recipients
  • When the human beats the machine, WeatherWatchers
  • The future for community business
  • Ten points to ponder, for consideration by the community business movement
  • Book reviews
  • Paper, Scissors, Stone, poem by Tom Wayman

Community business news, issue 41

Issue 41 content:

  • CB News: Community puts property on market, Charing Cross flats, Glasgow; Workspace for small businesses, Maryhill Housing Association; Green light for re-cycling competition, sponsored by Great Recovery; Glasgow could soon be miles greener, Glasgow District Council encouraging paper recycling; Food for discussion in Edinburgh, Community Enterprise Lothian seminars in Edinburgh; Shop window for re-cycled products, Papersave Trading; Community business to give city new theatre, Cottier Theatre; Major conference on community empowerment; Community business archives; files of the Local Enterprise Advisory Project (LEAP) deposited at the regional archive, Glasgow
  • Disharmony at Harmony Row, major restructuring of Stathclyde Community Business (SCB)
  • The pendulum swings, the changing nature of support for community business
  • Re-defining community business, local authorities should be customers not benefactors
  • Getting better results, what's needed to build a successful community business
  • World market for small co-op, Kisii Soap Stone Carvers Co-operative Society Ltd, Kenya, case study from Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary recipient
  • Share care, provision of care services within the community by the community in Edinburgh
  • Care of the elderly: a community concern, Limefield House Development Group initiative in Lothian
  • The French connection, role for community business in training initiatives in France
  • Profile of John Pearce
  • Co-operation in Eastern Europe, potential of the community business model in Eastern Europe
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