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SRT Project at the Edinburgh International Science Festival 2017!

Borders, Benefits and Biomedicine: Surveillance and Social Justice

Join the SRT Committee's own Iain Mitchell QC, Chairman of the CCBE Working Party and Dr Eric Stoddart, Associate Director of the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics at the University of St Andrew's along with Prof Bill Buchanan, Cyber Academy at Edinburgh Napier University to explore issues of surveillance and social justice on 4 April, Summerhall, Edinburgh.

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image Published: Feb 22, 2017

Fife Science Festival open for event proposals

Fife Science Festival 2017 is running from Wednesday 17 May – Saturday 10 June. All event proposals should be sent in by 5pm on Monday 27 February. For futher details, see the Fife Science Festival website.

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Scottish Parliament’s CPG on Credit Unions hears Minister pledge support

ABCUL has reported on the Scottish Parliament’s Cross-Party Group (CPG) on Credit Unions meeting on 7 February.  At the meeting the CPG including Karen Hunter, SRT Project Coordinator, heard the Cabinet Secretary for Communities, Social Security and Equalities Angela Constance MSP’s vision for supporting the Credit Union movement. You can read the full story on the ABCUL website.

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image Published: Feb 23, 2017

The Little Red Book

Contactless - a blessing or a curse?

Visit the Churches Mutual Credit Union (CMCU) website to read the latest blog post from CEO Hilary Sams, looking at the benefits and pitfalls of this new technology, and the different methods available for to help us keep track of our expenditure.  

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image Published: Feb 09, 2017

First Digital Minister goes live in Falkirk

A former Moderator has officially become the Church of Scotland’s first ever digital minister. Very Rev Albert Bogle will use his ground breaking new role to create an online Kirk congregation, made up of people who may never set foot in a “real world” church.

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image Published: Feb 09, 2017