Coalition of consumer groups, charities and industry bodies calls for inclusion of paid for online advertising in Online Safety Bill

July 20, 2021

Carnegie UK trust has again [1] added its voice to a coalition of consumer groups, charities and financial services industry bodies, including Which? UK Finance, Martin Lewis and MoneySavingExpert, t...

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Library services in Scotland helped local people through pandemic with unique kindness projects

July 7, 2021

Small-scale ‘kindness initiatives’, delivered by local libraries are playing a vital role in helping to improve wellbeing according to findings in a new report published by Carnegie UK Trust. O...

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UK Government must act now to close the digital divide for good for children and young people in the UK

June 21, 2021

A new joint report Closing the Digital Divide for Good has been published today by Carnegie UK Trust and UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) which calls for urgent action to close the digital divide...

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Carnegie UK Trust initial response to draft Online Safety Bill

May 12, 2021

The Government has today published its draft Online Safety Bill in advance of pre-legislative scrutiny (read Will Perrin’s thoughts on what form that might take here .) The official press release...

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Carnegie UK Trust joins coalition on Online Scams

May 7, 2021

Carnegie UK Trust has joined a coalition of 17 organisations championing consumers and representing civil society and business to call on the government to include online scams in the proposed Online...

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What Next for Fair Work in Scotland? New publication by the Carnegie UK Trust sets out priorities to advance Scotland’s Fair Work agenda in the coronavirus era

March 19, 2021

Today the Carnegie UK Trust has published a new report: What Next For Fair Work in Scotland? With the approach of Scottish Parliament elections in May, the country is at a critical juncture, h...

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Advancing Affordable Credit: Recommendations to the Scottish Government

February 26, 2021

In the Scottish Government’s Programme for Government 2020-2021, the Carnegie UK Trust and the Affordable Credit Action Group were asked to consider what more could be done to bolster affordable c...

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Deliver a higher minimum wage to help low paid workers through the pandemic and provide support to employers to adapt, says Carnegie UK Trust

February 10, 2021

The UK Government has been urged to hold firm on its commitment to boosting the minimum wage over the course of this parliament, in order to give low paid workers a much needed pay rise. But the gover...

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Carnegie UK Trust joins global statement calling for urgent action amid concerns for democracy and human rights.

January 22, 2021

The Carnegie UK Trust has joined 31 organisations from across the globe calling on Facebook, Twitter and Google to do more to prevent harm from their platforms to human rights and democracy worldwide....

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Invitation to Tender: Review of Best Impact Practice

January 20, 2021

The Carnegie UK Trust has released a new Invitation to Tender for a Review of Best Impact Practice. In preparation for our next strategic plan which will commence later in 2021, this project aims t...

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