The Carnegie UK Trust works to improve the lives of people throughout the UK and Ireland, by changing minds through influencing policy, and by changing lives through innovative practice and partnership work.
Carnegie UK Trust has revealed the shortlist of young entrepreneurs and their companies who will compete in the final of TestTown, Britain’s biggest town centre enterprise challenge, this June.
The Carnegie Challenge fund is an exciting opportunity open to voluntary sector organisations who are planning a conference or event. The award aims to raise the calibre of a planned debate by allowing event organisers to attract high profile speakers. Apply now for 2013.
A perfect storm is brewing. Fiscal austerity, demographic change and other pressures will mean that business as usual for our public services will no longer be enough. In Wales poverty is greater and the proportion of over 65s will be higher. Produced in partnership with Wales Public Services 2025 this rapid review is intended to contribute to the debate about rethinking and transforming public services in Wales. To read more click here.
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The Carnegie UK Trust seeks to develop objective, evidence-based policy to improve lives.
Our Practice & Development Team designs and delivers projects with real-life solutions to making people's lives better.
To celebrate our centenary year in 2013, we have developed an exciting interactive timeline, exploring highlights from the Trust’s work over the past 100 yearsVisit our Centenary website
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