Scotland Network is an initiative by the Scottish Government to bring together education, business, innovation and research.
The network is designed to join up skills, investment and knowledge to build a stronger Scotland that tackles problems at their roots. They are committed to harnessing Scotland’s strengths so that our people can flourish.
Scotland Network has six areas of focus, these are:
– Business & Innovation – Research & Knowledge Transfer
– Environment & Climate Change
– Health & Wellbeing
– Social Justice
The Scottish Network is a charity that provides support and advice to people affected by cancer. The network is funded by donations and currently supports more than 100,000 individuals through telephone helplines, befriending services and local support groups.
The charity was founded in 1952 as the Scottish Cancer Help Society. In 2006, it formally adopted the name of the Scottish Network for those Affected by Cancer (SNACC).