Race inequality in the workforce – the state of play in the coronavirus economy

November 11, 2020

The impact of Covid-19 on the labour market has affected specific groups of workers more than others, including those with an ethnic minority background. Issues of race inequality have received muc...

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More focus needed on ‘good work’ in tackling the economic impact of COVID-19, says new report from Carnegie UK Trust

October 28, 2020

With unemployment expected to surge because of the economic impacts of coronavirus, protecting jobs must be a priority. But as coronavirus restrictions continue into the winter, posing hardship and an...

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New digital report calls for action to tackle digital exclusion

October 15, 2020

The Carnegie UK Trust has today published ‘ Learning from Lockdown: 12 Steps to Eliminate Digital Exclusion ’. The report sets out a series of 12 recommendations calling for bold action from polic...

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Libraries offer ‘loneliness lifeline’ to over 9m people

October 13, 2020

The UK’s libraries have stepped in to offer a lockdown lifeline, helping 9 million UK adults to feel less alone according to a study* by The Carnegie UK Trust . The Trust has published a new rep...

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New digital services series launched to support organisations test their services online

October 8, 2020

Today the Trust has launched a new blog and vlog series in partnership with Your Own Place , exploring how organisations have managed to continue providing vital services by shifting to online deli...

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Trust calls on local public and voluntary sector to continue to work together as winter approaches

September 30, 2020

With a second wave of COVID-19 likely to hit during the winter months, the Carnegie UK Trust is urging local authorities to step up their offer to vulnerable citizens now and learn from the successful...

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New wellbeing metrics developed for towns

September 2, 2020

The Carnegie UK Trust has announced that it is working in partnership with the Centre for Thriving Places and Power to Change to develop and embed a wellbeing approach for towns. The Flourishing To...

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New research shows impact of Covid-19 on the affordable credit sector

August 18, 2020

New research by Community Finance Solutions (CFS) at the University of Salford and Carnegie UK Trust has highlighted the impact that COVID-19 is having on affordable credit providers across England, S...

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Most employers support increase in minimum wage but want government support to adapt

August 17, 2020

New research shows there is broad employer support for further increases to the minimum wage, but that government must help businesses to adapt to a higher wage floor. The report – based on a s...

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Invitation to Tender: Developing and Sustaining Networks: Review of Good Practice

August 12, 2020

The Carnegie UK Trust has released a new Invitation to Tender for Developing and Sustaining Networks: Review of Good Practice. This project seeks to build our internal knowledge around the importan...

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