Events for Social Entrepreneurs - November 2017

November 7, 2017

Events are a great way to gain knowledge and meet other social entrepreneurs. Find out what's going on this month. 

This page gets updated regularly so keep coming back for more!

Tuesday 7 November - Social Enterprise Awards Scotland 2017 - Edinburgh

Scotland's annual awards celebration for innovation and success in social enterprise.

10 to 12 November - Dunoon Film Festival - Dunoon

A film festival powered by social enterprise. After two years ’on the road’, the Dunoon Film Festival is once again back home in the Dunoon Burgh Hall. The major refurbishment, now complete, has resulted in a revived and transformed community arts facility; fully accessible, offering a new cafe, beautiful galleries and a warm, bright multi-use Main Hall.

Thursday 16 November - Social Enterpise Day - Global

16 November is Social Enterprise Day a global day to raise awareness about the impact social enterprises are having around the world. Show your support, using the hashtag #SocialEnterpriseDay

Thursday 16 November - In Business And Making A Difference With Social Enterprise - Edinburgh

Join Bridge2Business at Challenges Worldwide in Edinburgh for their "In Business And Making A Difference With Social Enterprise" event. Hear from social enterprise businesses in Scotland, and how they are making money and making a difference!

Thursday 16 November - Social Enterprise: Making an Impact! - Edinburgh

Speakers include: Pauline Graham (CEO, Social Firms Scotland) who will speak about the 2017 National Social Enterprise Census and key points and indicators from it and Claire Pattullo (CEO, ESE) and Emma Galloway (chair, ESE) who will introduce the 2017 Edinburgh Social Enterprise Impact Report.

Thursday 23 November - Community Leadership Academy information session - Girvan

Firstport and What if…Girvan are teaming up with Columba 1400 to offer you the opportunity to take part in a Community Leadership Academy in 2018. Columba 1400’s Community Leadership Academy is for people living or working in South Carrick with a passion for making a lasting impact in their local community.

Tuesday 28 November - 2017 Drummond Hunter Memorial Lecture - Edinburgh

The recent reductions in convictions and imprisonment rates for young people in Scotland are viewed by politicians and some policy makers as evidence that youth justice policy is working. In this lecture, Professors Lesley McAra and Susan McVie of Edinburgh University will interrogate the meaning of these statistics.

South Ayrshire Social Enterprise Network