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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Carnegie, Wellcome and Wolfson to Launch Phase Two of Engaging Libraries Programme

March 27, 2019

Announcement of new funding comes as report published highlighting impact of the programme’s phase 1 The Carnegie UK Trust, Wellcome and the Wolfson Foundation have today announced that a...

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Conversations with young people about kindness

March 25, 2019

Today, the Carnegie UK Trust launches a new report which reflects on young people’s experiences of kindness. Conversations with young people about kindness was written by Young Scot, and is based ...

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Delivering the Northern Ireland we want

March 21, 2019

A delegation of Community Planning Partnership representatives is heading to Wales with the Carnegie UK Trust to learn about how Northern Ireland can do more to put the wellbeing of citizens at the he...

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March 19, 2019

The Carnegie UK Trust is today calling for towns to have more say in UK policy decision making after Brexit following the successful completion of a unique 18-month twinning experiment with six UK tow...

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Scottish Parliament event on connecting credit unions and Scotland’s work force

March 13, 2019

On Tuesday 12 March, the Carnegie UK Trust was hosted by Linda Fabiani MSP at an event in the Scottish Parliament to share learning from our Credit Union Consortium pilot with parliamentarians, employ...

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“Making Living Wage Places”: Dundee Becomes First UK City to be Recognised for Living Wage ambition

March 6, 2019

Dundee has today become the first city in the UK to be awarded recognition for a plan to become a Living Wage City and will be implementing their approach as part of Living Wage Scotland’s ‘Maki...

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