Scotland's Social Enterprise Strategy 2016-2026

A ten-year, national social enterprise strategy, which sets out our shared ambitions for social enterprise in Scotland, jointly developed with the sector.


1 Social Enterprise in Scotland: Census 2015

2 Building a New Economy: Scotland's Vision for Social Enterprise 2025

3 Voluntary Code of Practice for Social Enterprises

4 Social Enterprise in Scotland: Census 2015

5 Scottish Government, Scotland's Economic Strategy, March 2015

6 Scottish Government, Working Together for a Fairer Scotland; Scottish Government Response to the Working Together Review, August 2015


8 See for more

9 See: Scottish Government, Achieving our Potential, (2008),; Scottish Government, Equally Well, (2008),; Scottish Government, Early Years Framework (2009),

10 Scottish Government, Scotland's Labour Market Strategy, August 2016

11 See Scotland's National Action Plan for Human Rights ( SNAP)

12 Scottish Government, Fairer Scotland Action Plan, October 2016

13 Scottish Government, Scotland Can Do Action Framework, April 2014

14 Scottish Government, Developing the Young Workforce: Scotland's Youth Employment Strategy, December 2014

15 Scottish Government, Making Things Last: A Circular Economy Strategy for Scotland, February 2016

16 Scottish Government, Report On The Future Delivery Of Public Services, June 2011 http://Www.Gov.Scot/Publications/2011/06/27154527/0

17 Scottish Government, Achieving a Sustainable Future: Regeneration Strategy, December 2011,

18 See

19 Scottish Government, Scotland's International Framework, March 2015

20 Scottish Government, Internationalising Social Enterprise: A Strategy for Scotland, 2016

21 See Scottish Government, International Development Policy (2008),; Scottish Government, Scotland's International Framework (2015),

22 Scottish Government, Global Scotland - Scotland's Trade and Investment Strategy 2016-2021, March 2016

23 Building a New Economy: Scotland's Vision for Social Enterprise 2025,

24 Local People Leading, A Vision for a Stronger Community Sector, March 2016


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