Scams and the Online Safety Bill letter
A coalition of organisations including the Trust, Which?, Money and Mental Health Policy Institute and the City of London Police have written to the Home Secretary and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to urge the Government to expand the scope of the Online Safety Bill to include fake and fraudulent content that leads to scams. This would better protect people against the devastating financial and emotional harm caused by these crimes.
The Draft Online Safety Bill: Carnegie UK Trust initial analysis
This paper sets out some of the issues which the Trust think should be considered during pre-legislative scrutiny of the...Read More
Draft Code of Practice in respect of Hate Crime and wider legal harms: covering paper
This paper presents a draft model Code of Practice for Hate Crime and wider legal harms. In the development of...Read More
Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2020
The Trustees present their report and accounts of the Trust for the year ended 31 December 2020.Read More