Holyrood Election Conversation & Social Enterprise Manifesto Launch
Date(s): Monday 11 April 2016
Time: 11:00 to 13.00
Cost: EVENT FULLY BOOKED - BOOKINGS NOW CLOSED
Venue: The Grassmarket Community Project, Edinburgh, EH1 2QA [Show on map]
Come along to our national Holyrood Election Conversation & Social Enterprise Manifesto Launch for The Scottish Parliament elections 2016!
"What should politicians do to build a social enterprise society in Scotland?"
Miles Briggs (Scottish Conservatives), Candidate for Edinburgh Southern
Daniel Johnson (Scottish Labour Party), Candidate for Edinburgh Southern
Willie Rennie (Scottish Liberal Democrats), Party leader, candidate for North East Fife
John Swinney (SNP), Current Deputy First Minister, candidate for Perthshire North
Andy Wightman (Scottish Green Party), Spokesperson for Communities, Local Government & Land Reform, Candidate for Lothian
The event is on Monday 11 April, with refreshments at 11am. The conversation will begin at 11.30am and will last for 90 minutes. The venue is the Grassmarket Community Project in Edinburgh.
The event aims to be a friendly 90 minute conversation. Election candidates will speak for a few minutes, followed by your constructive questions. Please note that this is a specific social enterprise debate and constructive conversation and questions should be about issues facing the social enterprise community, key challenges and positive opportunities for solutions.
You can send us any questions for the candidates, before the event, by emailing: email@example.com
The debate will follow the broad themes of how we achieve the aims in our new manifesto:
- Promoting and protecting the social enterprise brand
- Building mass public awareness
- Taking a global outlook
- Social enterprise at the heart of the Scottish Business Pledge
- Transforming public services
- Driving business support forward
- Boosting social investment and funding
- Targeted tax cuts for social enterprises
- Valuing interns, volunteers and apprentices
- Social enterprise in our schools
- Local solutions as standard
Please read the manifesto - we'll see you there! Any questions or suggestions please get in contact...