Scaling up the UK personal lending CFDI sector: opportunities and limitations

February 6, 2020

The Carnegie UK Trust has published new research by Community Finance Solutions, University of Salford examining how the Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI) sector can achieve a step chan...

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UPP Foundation receives £50,000 funding boost from Department for Education for Civic University Network

January 16, 2020

The Department for Education (DfE) has awarded £50,000 funding to the UPP Foundation to help establish the Civic University Network. The winning bid to host the network will now receive £125,000 –...

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Tackle poor quality work to help solve UK’s productivity puzzle, says new Carnegie UK Trust-RSA research

January 16, 2020

Tackle poor quality work to help solve UK’s productivity puzzle, says new Carnegie UK Trust-RSA research New Carnegie UK Trust-RSA collection of research and analysis urges focus on ‘good...

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Online Harms Reduction Regulator (Report) Bill Introduced in House of Lords

January 15, 2020

Lord McNally’s Private Bill ‘ Online Harms Reduction Regulator (Report) Bill ’ has been published (14 January 2020) at its First Reading. This is a very short ‘ paving Bill ’ which requir...

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Carnegie UK Trust welcomes commitment to wellbeing in Stormont Deal

January 10, 2020

The Carnegie UK Trust has welcomed the renewed commitment to put wellbeing at the centre of the Programme for Government in the deal published by the UK and Irish Government last night, New Decade, N...

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Board of Trustees Vacancy

January 8, 2020

The Carnegie UK Trust currently has a vacancy on its Board of Trustees for someone with financial expertise. Could you contribute to the work of one of the UK’s longest-established foundations? T...

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Lord McNally Statement on Private Members Bill: Online Harms Reduction Regulator (Report) Bill

December 23, 2019

The Carnegie UK Trust have recently produced a draft Online Harm Reduction Bill led by William Perrin, Professor Lorna Woods and Maeve Walsh which sets out how a statutory duty of care regime f...

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Letter to DCMS Secretary of State Introducing a Draft Online Harm Reduction Bill

December 18, 2019

William Perrin, Professor Lorna Woods and Maeve Walsh, who have led the Carnegie UK Trust work to develop a statutory duty of care for online harm reduction, have written to the returning DCMS Secret...

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New DCMS Secretary of State Urged to Protect Children on Social Media with Draft Bill

December 18, 2019

Draft Bill will enable government to deliver on ambitious manifesto commitment to ‘legislate to make the UK the safest place in the world to be online’ NSPCC, 5Rights Foundation, the...

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UPP Foundation and Carnegie UK Trust launch the Civic University Network competition

December 10, 2019

UPP Foundation and Carnegie UK Trust are jointly launching the Civic University Network competition. The competition – open to universities, charities and sector bodies – will determine which inst...

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