Carnegie UK Trust Submit Response to the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper

July 1, 2019

The Carnegie UK Trust have submitted their full response to the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper, which set out the Government’s proposals for regulation to keep UK users safe online. ...

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Carnegie UK Trust announces further information on investment in local Community Planning Partnerships

July 1, 2019

The Carnegie UK Trust has announced how it will focus its investment to support three local Community Planning Partnerships in the delivery of their Community Plans, and to help improve and enhance pa...

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Tackling attitudes towards risk is key to encouraging kindness

June 25, 2019

• Organisations must tackle barriers in order to enable kindness in frontline services • New report also highlights practical interventions to encourage kindness in communities Organisations a...

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Two verse books that shine light on forgotten voices and words win UK’s oldest book awards for children and young people

June 18, 2019

The winners of the prestigious CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals, the UK’s oldest book awards for children and young people, have today been revealed at a ceremony at The British Library, ho...

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New £500,000 public engagement funding programme for UK libraries now open

June 12, 2019

The second phase of the Engaging Libraries programme for public libraries across the UK has opened for applications today (Wednesday 12th June). The programme, delivered by a unique collaboration betw...

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New research proposes five options for a digital presence for public libraries

June 6, 2019

A new report from the British Library, commissioned by Arts Council England and the Carnegie UK Trust, has set out five possible options for digital transformation for UK public libraries. The...

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Sarah Davidson appointed CEO of The Carnegie UK Trust

June 4, 2019

Director-General at the Scottish Government chosen to run philanthropic organisation The Director-General for Organisational Development and Operations at the Scottish Government, Sarah Dav...

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Local councils to report on progress of Community Planning

May 31, 2019

Representatives from the 11 Community Planning Partnerships will meet in Lisburn on Monday to discuss how Community Planning is making a difference and delivering results across Northern Irelan...

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The UK’s First Living Wage Building Launches in South London

April 26, 2019

International House in Brixton, south London, has been recognised as the UK’s first Living Wage Building. All tenants based within the co-working building are obliged to pay at least the London Livi...

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Trust Welcomes Online Harms White Paper

April 8, 2019

Professor Lorna Woods and William Perrin (Trustee, Carnegie UK Trust) said: “We welcome the Online Harms White Paper, a powerful, systems-based proposal to protect people from online harms.  We ...

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