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Building Back for the Better: A perspective from CUKT
This paper outlines six propositions from the Carnegie UK Trust for the medium term recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
As society embarks on the process of recovery, we believe there is a collective responsibility to use what we have learned not just to repair the immediate damage but to also consider our how to make our economic, social and democratic structures fit for the future. Building Back for the Better: A perspective from CUKT is our contribution to that debate.
The six propositions are based on our long history of research, policy and practice development on wellbeing. They are:
- National wellbeing can be the goal
- The relationship between the state and citizens can be reset
- The future can be local (as well as global)
- Our relationship with work can be remodelled
- We can build a new level of financial resilience
- Technology can be for all
These will not be the only things to consider for the medium-term recovery but we hope that by taking a wide perspective we can connect the recovery effort with the transformative systems change that so many have been calling for before and during the pandemic.
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Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2019
Fear and Loaning – The Impact of Covid-19 on affordable credit providers serving financially vulnerable customers
The Future of the Minimum Wage: the Employer perspective
Developing and Sustaining Networks: Review of Good Practice
Children’s Wellbeing and the Scottish Budget
Today for Tomorrow: Wellbeing of Future Generations (UK) Bill
Creating Space Expression of Interest
Creating Space Project Information
Submission to Joint Human Rights Committee: Inquiry Into Covid-19: Human Rights Implications
Response to Finance and Constitution Committee pre-Budget 2021-22 scrutiny
Submission to the Home Affairs Select Committee call for evidence on online harms
Submission to Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Investigation into Online Reviews
Supporting digital inclusion of adults with low English language skills
Embers: Creative Placemaking for the South of Scotland
Online Harms Democracy Briefing
Embedding Wellbeing in Northern Ireland Report of Co-production Symposium