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LGiU Jan 24
ICYMI, wrote about their latest report Turnaround Towns UK in our member-only briefing published this week. Read it here:
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Carnegie UK Trust Jan 24
This great new by for shares some of the activities and resources from the Development Programme Kickstarter event 👇
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The RSA Jan 24
In this blog of discusses parliamentary developments surrounding the Online Harms White Paper, plus Carnegie’s work on a statutory duty of care & how it intersects with human rights & freedom of expression in the digital realm
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The RSA Jan 24
Four secretaries of state on since the government first floated the idea of internet regulation, maybe 2020 is the year it will happen. Blog by of
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Rachel Heydecker Jan 24
- I wrote about & share some activities and resources from our Development Programme for 🎉
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Carnegie UK Trust Jan 24
Would you like to join as one of our trustees? Visit to find out more.
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The RSA Jan 24
While internet regulation remains on the government’s agenda, its introduction is still some way off. The time has come for action on online harms, says of
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Carnegie UK Trust Jan 24
Community action, visionary leadership, working relationally, – just some of the themes we cover in our report. Find out about how in the UK are working together to shape change 👉
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George Dellal Jan 24
"One of the benefits of is that it is universally understood: talking about kindness in social policy breaks down some of the barriers between ‘professional’ and ‘citizen’."
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Sarah Davidson Jan 23
Interested in ? Read this👇🏻to understand how good and important the practice can be.
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Pippa Coutts Jan 23
Congratulations Adrian Emmett, Treorchy, , everyone who owns a shop, a space, a business and is in the . Looking forward to seeing you all next month & I’m sure I won’t be the only visitor!
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Carnegie UK Trust Jan 23
Llongyfarchiadau Mawr / Congratulations to our & participants for winning Great British High Street of the Year! 🏆🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
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Ian Rhys Jan 23
Wonderful post from @CarnegieUKTrusthow centred on the importance of people having a say in the decisions that are made around them. 👇👇👇
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Carolyn Hirst Jan 23
Notes from a mini-public on Aberdeenshire’s Alcohol and Drugs Strategy: "One of the benefits of kindness is that it is universally understood: talking about kindness in social policy breaks down some of the barriers between ‘professional’ and ‘citizen’."
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PK Learning Jan 23
How Aberdeenshire are encouraging “talking about kindness in social policy breaks down some of the barriers between ‘professional’ and ‘citizen’.”
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Ben Thurman Jan 23
The picture does speak for itself - but this being my first , thought I’d write a few words about it as well 👇🏻
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Pippa Coutts Jan 23
and in public services combined could be a powerful push to realising meaningful involvement in local decisions and public services. thanks
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Rachel Heydecker Jan 23
"Creating spaces for a conversation about why public sector organisations might work in a particular way, and what the challenges and limitations might be, is surely an important part of rebuilding public confidence" - great new blog today from
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Carnegie UK Trust Jan 23
NEW BLOG! reflects on using mini-publics to increase in decision making
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CILIP Jan 22
We welcome the launch of the new Carnegie UK Trust report on how hackathons could help public engage new audiences and innovate their services:
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