Carnegie Library Lab open for applications

January 9, 2018

The Carnegie UK Trust is delighted to announce that applications are now open for a new round of the Carnegie Library Lab programme. This is the third round of Library Lab, which provides a unique opp...

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Trust announces further work on the Place of Kindness

January 5, 2018

The Carnegie UK Trust is delighted to announce that it will be continuing its work on the Place of Kindness for a further 15 months, led by Carnegie Associate Zoë Ferguson.The Trust’s work on ...

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Carnegie UK Trust publish report on Brexit and Fulfilling Work

December 13, 2017

A new report published today by Professor Alan McGregor, commissioned by the Carnegie UK Trust, has assessed the potential implications of the UK leaving the EU on fulfilling work.Alan McGregor, R...

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Trust announces 3rd round of Library Lab

December 6, 2017

The Carnegie UK Trust is delighted to announce that it will be extending the Carnegie Library Lab programme for a third round. The programme will open for applications on January 9 th 2018 .Carn...

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New Data Tool to Improve Future of Welsh Towns

December 5, 2017

The Carnegie UK Trust and Welsh Government agree partnership to fund new ‘Understanding Welsh Places’ data tool Critical need to improve the data available about Welsh towns Projec...

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New report by Carnegie UK Trust highlights that towns are the squeezed middle when it comes to benefiting from public policy

November 21, 2017

Research showcases disparity in policy making with towns neglected and greater focus given to cities and rural areas Lack of a common definition for a town is hindering development in co...

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Carnegie UK Trust and partners consider workplace health and wellbeing at a House of Lords discussion on ‘What is Good Work?’

November 8, 2017

On 7 November, the Carnegie UK Trust joined the Society of Occupational Medicine and the College of Medicine to ask how we can measure, safeguard and promote the health and wellbeing dimensions of ‘...

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Research reveals what citizens want from support services

October 19, 2017

New qualitative research by The Carnegie UK Trust ‎has explored how support services provided by public bodies can better serve citizens by considering how they fit into people’s lives.‎The ...

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New initiative aims to identify measurement approach to make job quality a national priority

October 12, 2017

A new short-life group established by the Carnegie UK Trust and the RSA will consider how job quality can be measured and tracked on a UK-wide basis, supporting moves to make an increased focus on the...

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UK Libraries to Engage Public on Major Health Issues

October 11, 2017

Fourteen innovative public library projects across the UK have been funded to inspire conversations, curiosity and debate within their communities The £200k programme will help libraries u...

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