How it felt (DSEN ASE member) is a community based puppet building, drama and film making workshop service run by Director Deborah Chapman. The organisation has grown into a collaborative business that provides puppet and film making workshops. Focusing mainly on but not limited to mental and emotional health issues that can be difficult to talk about and often. ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for Directors – How it Felt
Location: Dundee, Scotland
Hey Guys were looking for Directors to have on our team! If your interested follow the link...
Accepts unwanted furniture and other household items that could be saved from the skip, the Baldovie Re-Use Hub, Piper Street Dundee DD4 0NT, is the first point for your items to be given a new lease of life for people who need them the most.
Dundee City Council have teamed up with local charities; Tayside Re-users and Transform Community Development to launch a new service which aims to give your unwanted items a new lease of life by rep...
Good Governance is key to running your Social Enterprise effectively, efficiently, legally and safely. To register click bit.ly/2nTg4U0 Beth Curzon Good Governance Award Development Officer from Dundee Voluntary Action will be leading the session. Registration and coffee 1.30pm - Session 2pm - 5pm For all Social Enterprises and those Aspiring to be a Social Enterprise DSEN is holding a short session on: + "Good Governance" - What is it? - Board, Trustees, Officers + How to get the right people? - Where do I find them? What will they do? + How to keep them/ replace them? - Strengths/weaknesses/ meeting skills" This DSEN Event is open to all Social Enterprises. ... See MoreSee Less
Registration and coffee 1.30pm - Session 2pm - 5pm For all Social Enterprises and those Aspiring to be a Social Enterprise DSEN is holding a short session on: "Good Governance" - What is it? - Board, ...
The Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) would like to advise Scottish charities that they need to prepare for the upcoming changes in data protection legislation.
From 25 May 2018, all businesses and public bodies will have to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Although the GDPR shares similarities with the existing UK Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), it also has some new and different requirements.
Under GDPR, UK citizens will benefit from new or stronger rights:
- To be informed about how their data is used; around data portability across service providers; - To erase or delete their personal information; over access to the personal data an organisation holds about them; - To correct inaccurate or incomplete information; and over automated decisions and profiling.
Scottish charities must be aware of all of their requirements and should prepare for the GDPR prior to its launch. They may need, for example, to put new procedures in place to deal with the GDPR’s new transparency and individuals’ rights provisions. In a large or complex organisation this could have significant budgetary, IT, personnel, governance and communications implications.