The enduring importance of kindness

August 8, 2019

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

This Sunday, 11 August, marks 100 years since the death of our founder, the great Scottish-American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. In recognition of this historical landmark we are publishing a spec...

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Time for Towns

August 7, 2019

by Pippa Coutts, Policy and Development Manager, Carnegie UK Trust

This Sunday, 11 August, marks 100 years since the death of our founder, the great Scottish-American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. In recognition of this historical landmark we are publishing a spec...

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Digital Wellbeing – Maximising the Benefit and Mitigating the Risk

August 6, 2019

by Douglas White, Head of Advocacy, Carnegie UK Trust

This Sunday, 11 August, marks 100 years since the death of our founder, the great Scottish-American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. In recognition of this historical landmark we are publishing a spec...

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Designing good public engagement: participation with purpose

August 6, 2019

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

This blog is part of a series designed to support potential applicants to the Engaging Libraries programme .  Engaging Libraries provides funding and support to UK public libraries to run publi...

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Public Libraries: A Route to Wellbeing

August 5, 2019

by Jenny Peachey, Senior Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK Trust

This Sunday, 11 August, marks 100 years since the death of our founder, the great Scottish-American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. In recognition of this historical landmark we are publishing a spec...

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From public buildings to public policy – 100 years of wellbeing

August 5, 2019

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

This Sunday, 11 August, marks 100 years since the death of our founder, the great Scottish-American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. In recognition of this historical landmark we are publishing a spec...

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Whose duty is it anyway? Answering some common questions about a duty of care

August 2, 2019

by Professor Lorna Woods (University of Essex, Professor of Internet Law), William Perrin (Trustee, Carnegie UK Trust) and Maeve Walsh (Associate, Carnegie UK Trust)Walsh

The consultation on the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper closed at the start of July and the official timescale for its response “by the end of the year”. In ordinary political circums...

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The Wales We Want

August 1, 2019

by Peter Davies, Chair Wales Council for Voluntary Action and trustee of the Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development (previously Sustainable Futures Commissioner for Wales 2011-16 and Vice Chair (Wales) of the UK Sustainable Development Commission 2006-2011)

To coincide with the 10 year anniversary of the publication of the Report by the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress, the Carnegie UK Trust is publishing a serie...

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The importance of wellbeing is changing governments’ priorities

July 23, 2019

Petur Berg Matthiasson, Senior Policy Advisor, Prime Minister Office, Iceland

To coincide with the 10 year anniversary of the publication of the Report by the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress, the Carnegie UK Trust is publishing a serie...

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Libraries and researchers: creating engaging partnerships

July 22, 2019

By Sophie Duncan, Deputy Director, NCCPE

This blog is part of a series designed to support potential applicants to the Engaging Libraries programme .  Engaging Libraries provides funding and support to UK public libraries to run publi...

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