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  • Cross-Party Group (CPG) on Social Enterprise in The Scottish Parliament

    Created: 16/11/2021
    News/Events Category: Social Enterprise

    Social Enterprise Scotland (SES) has recently had its first meeting to re-establish the Cross-Party Group (CPG) on Social Enterprise in The Scottish Parliament.

    The CPG is Scotland's national policy forum for social enterprise - to connect MSPs with social entrepreneurs.

    SES is pleased that Parliament has now formally approved the CPG!

    The first full meeting is "Social enterprise and the climate emergency" which will take place at 18:00 on Tuesday 14 December - book a place here.

    SES has also recently launched its Get Your Voice Heard #GYVH campaign to help members increase their reach and influence with both local and national policy-makers.


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