Quantifying kindness, public engagement and place

November 13, 2018

93% of PEOPLE IN THE UK AND IRELAND VIEW THEIR COMMUNITY AS KIND ON WORLD KINDNESS DAY Report on kindness is the first and largest of its kind Data shows that kindness is linked to h...

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New focus on how public contracts can drive ‘Good Work’ in the North East

November 12, 2018

‘Good Work’ procurement means contracts are awarded to suppliers who demonstrate good employment practices, such as payment of the Living Wage. New Carnegie UK Trust research highli...

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The digital revolution of health and care services in Wales risks excluding the most vulnerable, says new report

November 7, 2018

As the NHS and social care sector in Wales progresses its digital transformation agenda, there is a real danger that those citizens most in need of accessing health services will be left behind, due t...

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Call for Expressions of Interest: Understanding Welsh Places

November 2, 2018

The Carnegie UK Trust is inviting expressions of interest to create a website called ‘Understanding Welsh Places’. This project follows the success of the Understanding Scottish Places website a...

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Julia Unwin report examines role of kindness in public policy

November 1, 2018

New report argues that investment in artificial intelligence needs to be matched by a focus on emotional intelligence. Public policy needs to be designed in a way that is open, fair and saf...

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New Carnegie UK Trust report says a focus on good quality work is crucial to Ireland’s jobs recovery

October 23, 2018

Policy makers need to move beyond a focus on employment levels to address the negative impact of low pay, underemployment and insecure contracts on workers in Ireland, argues a new report by the Carne...

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‘Rethinking Digital Inclusion’ Event

October 17, 2018

Rethinking Digital Inclusion13:00 – 17:00 Tuesday 27 th November 2018CCT Venues-Barbican, Aldersgate House, 135-137 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4JA As part of the ...

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Scotland’s poorest families set to benefit from investment to tackle high cost credit

October 2, 2018

Scotland’s most disadvantaged families are to benefit from a £500k investment to help tackle high cost credit and allow not-for-profit credit provider, Fair for You, to expand its services in Scotl...

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Rediscovering Human Connections – Julia Unwin reflects on the place of kindness in public policy

September 26, 2018

On Wednesday 26 September, BBC Radio 4 broadcast an episode of ‘Four Thought’ entitled ‘Rediscovering Human Connection’, in which Carnegie Fellow Julia Unwin discussed some of the key themes t...

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Carnegie UK Trust and Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs to host international seminar on wellbeing in Northern Ireland in New York

September 24, 2018

Today (24 September 2018) the Carnegie UK Trust has announced that it will host an international seminar on wellbeing in Northern Ireland in New York in partnership with fellow Carnegie institution th...

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