Wellbeing and Devolution: Reframing the role of government in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

December 11, 2018

We are delighted to announce that Springer Online has published a new book by our Head of Policy, Jennifer Wallace. Wellbeing and Devolution: Reframing the role of government in Scotland, Wales ...

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Public Libraries Can Lead The Way On Privacy

November 28, 2018

New data privacy guide for library staff encourages best practice in data privacy to protect citizens’ personal information Data and personal privacy have been much in the news this ye...

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New roadmap for public libraries to be investigated

November 26, 2018

A new initiative has been launched to establish a stronger future for public libraries across England. Led by Libraries Connected and CILIP, the project will explore different options for how librarie...

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Decline of payday lending sees people turn to friends and family

November 23, 2018

New research identifies need for greater investment in not-for-profit affordable products following tightened payday loan regulation The project was commissioned by the Carnegie UK Trust and Bar...

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Update to Innovative Town Data Tool Provides New Insights for Scotland’s Towns Week

November 19, 2018

A fresh upgrade to an innovative website providing in-depth information on Scotland’s towns has been unveiled. From greenspace to migration, new indicators in the open-access tool provide additiona...

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Young people want to know more about debt

November 16, 2018

Young people across Scotland believe that schools, the banking sector, and their friends and family, need to talk to them about credit and debt, according to new research from Carnegie UK and Young Sc...

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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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