Kindness in a Crisis

April 2, 2020

by Ben Thurman, Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK Trust

COVID-19 and Wellbeing Blogs: The Carnegie UK Trust works to improve personal, community and societal wellbeing. Many of the issues that we work on, and the partners and groups who we work with, are ...

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Time for a rapid response to the digital access challenge

April 1, 2020

by Georgina Bowyer, Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK Trust

COVID-19 and Wellbeing Blogs: The Carnegie UK Trust works to improve personal, community and societal wellbeing. Many of the issues that we work on, and the partners and groups who we work with, are ...

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New Decade, New Approach: New opportunities

March 31, 2020

by Lauren Pennycook, Senior Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK Trust

The Northern Ireland Executive is back. After three years; over 160 pieces of legislation in limbo ; accountability mechanisms stress tested; and central government policy innovation paused, the Nort...

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The future of democracy and a duty of care

March 10, 2020

by Maeve Walsh, Carnegie Associate

A major new report has adopted the Carnegie UK Trust proposal for the introduction of a duty of care at an international level as one of its recommendations to preserve and strengthen democracy in an ...

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Carnegie UK Trust joins joint action on online harms and a thriving democracy

March 4, 2020

by Maeve Walsh, Carnegie Associate

Carnegie UK Trust has joined forces with other organisations with an interest in digital policy and online harms to call for the government to ensure that their proposed Online Harms Bill covers democ...

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Can prioritising worker health help close the North’s productivity gap?

March 3, 2020

by Anna Round, IPPR North

In January, the Carnegie UK Trust and the RSA published Can Good Work Solve the Productivity Puzzle ? - essays featuring new research, opinion and analysis by representatives from almost...

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Why intersectionality matters for good work – tackling race inequality, precarious work and mental health

March 2, 2020

by Douglas White, Carnegie UK Trust

The concept of ‘good work’ has had a welcome increase in profile and attention in UK policy debate in recent years.  At the Carnegie UK Trust, we’re interested in improving wellbeing – and th...

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More than just a walk in the park

February 28, 2020

Dr Christine Doherty, Biodiversity Officer, Derry & Strabane District Council

Parks are more than just pretty places to go for a stroll. The impact they have on our health; on our mental and physical wellbeing is immense. Derry City and Strabane District Council have put a p...

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What we know – and what we don’t – about flexible working and productivity

February 27, 2020

by Emma Stewart, CEO, Timewise

In January, the Carnegie UK Trust and the RSA published Can Good Work Solve the Productivity Puzzle ? - essays featuring new research, opinion and analysis by representatives from almost...

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Can improving productivity help our in-work poverty problem?

February 12, 2020

by Louise Woodruff, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

In January, the Carnegie UK Trust and the RSA published Can Good Work Solve the Productivity Puzzle ? - essays featuring new research, opinion and analysis by representatives from almost...

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