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Duncan Thorp

Posts by Duncan Thorp

Duncan Thorp is Policy and Public Affairs Manager for Social Enterprise Scotland.

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The new first minister has stated that one of his top priorities is eliminating child poverty. This is certainly a central aim on the journey towards a practical, real-world, wellbeing economy that impacts our daily lives

A new commissioner could benefit everyone in Scotland, now and in the future

Duncan Thorp on the year ahead for social enterprises

Apart from familiar seasonal tunes, December is also a good time to reflect on the past year to our successes and challenges and to look forward to January resolutions. 

Duncan Thorp looks ahead to a year of political change - and what it could mean for social enterprises

Duncan Thorp on the Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) 2023

We’ll be doing everything we can to ensure practical policy benefits reach local frontline social enterprises and the communities they serve.

Social Enterprise Scotland is keen to find out exactly how we can better use public sector spending power to open up more opportunities for social enterprises and the people and communities they serve 

Duncan Thorp: "going forward the social enterprise voice has to be heard loud and clear"

First Minister, Humza Yousaf, recently hosted a high-profile conference in Edinburgh with the aim of tackling poverty across Scotland.