UK’s First Data Service For Towns And Cities Launches In Scotland

April 28, 2015

The launch took place today (29 April) in Musselburgh which saw Margaret Burgess MSP, Minister for Housing and Welfare ’switch-on’ the new online tool. Understanding Scottish Places (USP) answe...

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Moderator Calls For New Debate On Access To Credit

March 23, 2015

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland says society must debate how to create a new system of more affordable credit to help those unable to access mainstream loans. Rt Rev...

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Trust Launches New Guide For Youth Enterprise And Entrepreneurship

March 18, 2015

The Carnegie UK Trust has today launched a new five-point guide to help improve the skills, aspirations and attitudes of the UK and Ireland’s future workforce through enterprise and entrepreneurship...

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Influential Roundtable Launches New Recommendations To Improve Wellbeing In Northern Ireland

March 12, 2015

The Carnegie Roundtable on Measuring Wellbeing in Northern Ireland has today launched a set of ten recommendations to help improve wellbeing in Northern Ireland. The high-level Roundtable has worke...

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New Carnegie Fellow – Mark Shucksmith

March 4, 2015

The Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Mark Shucksmith OBE as Carnegie Fellow for 2015. Mark has been appointed to lead our InterAction: How the third sector and acade...

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Personal Hooks The Key To Tackling The Digital Divide In Scotland

February 25, 2015

Finding information on hobbies and interests is a key driver for going online People want friends and family to help teach them digital skills Cost, skills and lack of interest remain ...

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Finding The UK’s ‘Lost’ Playing Fields – Carnegie UK Trust And Fields In Trust launch #FieldFinders Campaign

February 19, 2015

A nationwide campaign is asking the public to identify over 900 ‘lost’ playing fields originally protected as public green spaces by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie’s charitable trust between 1...

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Greater Power For Communities Is A General Election Vote Winner

February 9, 2015

Devolving power over local services and local decision making could be a crucial vote winner for as many as 14.5 million voters* in this year’s General Election, according to new research released ...

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The Carnegie UK Trust At The 2015 Gathering

January 20, 2015

The Carnegie UK Trust is pleased to be hosting two free one hour workshops at the 2015 Gathering at the SECC in Glasgow on the 25th and 26th of February. Drawing on Carnegie UK Trust program...

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