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Let’s Talk Pensions

TFN takes a look at the state of pension deficits in the third sector by asking three experts to answer some basic questions.

28th April 2017 by TFN Staff

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Chief encounters: Mark Bevan on taking calls from royalty in the bath

Mark Bevan of Business in the Community Scotland on what charities can learn from the inextricable link between business and society

25th April 2017 by TFN Staff

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Chief encounters: Eliot Stark on being a community anchor

Eliot Stark is the chief executive of STRiVE, the third sector interface for East Lothian

14th March 2017 by Paul Cardwell

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Zero tolerance for exploiting bosses

Better Than Zero has bad bosses on the run

13th March 2017 by Graham Martin

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Chief encounters: Dawn Fyfe

Chief encounters: Dawn Fyfe, SAY Women

10th March 2017 by TFN

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Street paper exhibition spreads the word on the street

An exhibition celebrating street papers and their vendors throughout the world has been hailed as "beautiful", "inspiring" and "powerful"

24th February 2017 by Graham Martin

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Claire Carpenter: a Social Enterprise Champion and a visionary

Susan Smith spoke to Claire Carpenter about how she became a Scotland's Social Enterprise Champion through the success of Edinburgh's Melting Pot

22nd February 2017 by Susan Smith

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We’ll defy welfare reform until the bitter end

Paul Clarendon, a founder member of the Rural Welfare Campaign, says he'll only stop direct action when the persecution ends

15th February 2017 by Robert Armour

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Top athletes become charity mentors but it’s not all about improving others at sport

With research showing that those who take part in sport do better in school, the Winning Scotland Foundation is hoping to inspire a generation

6th February 2017 by Paul Cardwell

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The toughest job in politics?

Robert Armour met Scotland’s welfare minister Jeane Freeman to find out how she aims to create a fairer benefits system for Scots during a period of austerity

2nd February 2017 by Robert Armour

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Chief encounters: James Cant of British Heart Foundation Scotland

Chief encounters: what makes James Cant of BHF tick?

1st February 2017 by TFN

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Chief encounters: Susie Williamson of Seamab

Find out what makes Susie Williamson of Seamab tick

23rd January 2017 by TFN

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Chief encounters: lots of words of support for LGBT campaign - but little action can get frustrating

​Jordan Daly talks about the success and struggles of his Time for Inclusive Education (TIE) campaign attempting to get LGBT+ issues taught in schools

19th January 2017 by Paul Cardwell

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Good Movers: find out who’s going where in the third sector

Who's going where in Scotland's third sector

12th January 2017 by Graham Martin

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Going the extra mile to aid recovery

As an NHS physiotherapist Aiden Murphy finds his work challenging and at times fraught. Volunteering has help him rekindle faith in the profession

14th December 2016 by Robert Armour

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Goodmovers | Look who has a new job in the voluntary sector | 14 December 2016

Find out who has been appointed to fill some of the biggest roles in the third sector in our latest Goodmovers round-up

14th December 2016 by Molly Millar

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Chief encounters: Grant Campbell on Christmas dinner for 250

Grant Campbell is facing a busy few weeks ensuring homeless people and families in Glasgow get at least a taste of Christmas cheer

13th December 2016 by TFN Guest

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Scouts Scotland: redefining itself for the 21st century

As scouting celebrates its highest popularity in generations, Paul Cardwell visited Scouts Scotland’s adventure centre at Lochgoilhead

7th December 2016 by Paul Cardwell

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