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u.lab Scotland Privacy Notice
u.lab Scotland is a community of people with an open invitation to anyone practicing Theory U in Scotland. It is not an organisation. The community is supported by a “holding team” – a group of people with the common intention of supporting the grounding of u.lab and Theory U practice in Scotland. This team receives some support from the Scottish Government. A small number of volunteers from the holding team service the ulabscot blog.
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What information we hold about you
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How will your data be used?
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