Survey into use of evidence to help inform UK social policy finds University research most trusted source but many are blocked from using it.
New forms of ownership and innovative business models are needed to secure the future of the UK's 1,100 local newspapers, say the Carnegie UK Trust and Co-operatives UK.
Military Wives’ Choir composer helps keep Andrew Carnegie’s legacy alive
The Carnegie UK Trust is today releasing the findings of the most comprehensive contemporary review of public policy reform from around the UK and Ireland.
The Carnegie UK Trust is offering up to ten not-for-profit organisations from the UK and Ireland the opportunity to win grants worth £3,000 to hold inspiring debates on how to improve people’s wellbeing.
New case study report.
£800,000 boost for community shares in Scotland
The recipients of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy, including Scottish entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter, received their medals at a prestigious ceremony yesterday.
‘Andy Warhol: Pop, Power and Politics’ opens tomorrow (Saturday 5 October) at the Scottish Parliament. It is the first exhibition of the artist’s work to take place in a Parliamentary building and includes a number of iconic works never shown before in Scotland.
Global education activist Malala Yousafzai to be guest of honour.
The recipients of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy, the award which recognises those who use their private wealth for public good, were announced today by the Carnegie UK Trust, on behalf of the international family of Carnegie institutions.
Eric Shiner, one of the world’s leading experts on Warhol and Director of the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh will be discussing the artist’s career in the Scottish Parliament.
Tickets released for six seminars covering education, environment, peace, ethics, knowledge and philanthropy
A Carnegie UK Trust supported report aimed at improving the way local services in Argyll and Bute are delivered has been published.
The techniques behind Andy Warhol’s art will be demonstrated at the Scottish Parliament through a series of free weekend workshops in October, as part of the exhibition brought to Scotland by Carnegie UK Trust.
‘Tickets’ have been released today for the new Andy Warhol: Pop, Power and Politics exhibition, supported by Carnegie UK Trust, which will run at the Scottish Parliament from Saturday 5 October to Sunday 3 November 2013.
Pierre Omidyar, the entrepreneur and philanthropist best known as the founder and chairman of eBay, will be the keynote speaker at the highly prestigious worldwide Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy ceremony this October.
Martyn Evans, Chief Executive of Carnegie UK Trust has been appointed by the Scottish Government as chair of the Expert Working Group on Welfare.
The Carnegie UK Trust’s pilot project to help revive flagging town centres recorded trading sales of £10,000 in just three days, which is believed to break many previous records held for popup shop events.
Stile Antico, one of the UK’s most exciting vocal ensembles, has announced a five concert tour of Tudor church music associated with the Carnegie UK Trust.
Back on the High Street were crowned first UK TestTown champions last night, winning the £10,000 top prize.
Dunfermline is the host for the first ever TestTown: a festival of young innovation aiming to reinvigorate the British high street.
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.
Co-operatives UK, the trade association for co-operative businesses, in partnership with Carnegie UK Trust, has today launched a series of free events to invite communities to take control of their local media through new co-operative approaches to ownership.
Carnegie UK Trust has revealed the five winning projects of its £50,000 ‘Neighbourhood News’ initiative which was set up to help develop innovative ways of producing local news.
Findings published today by two of the countries’ leading think tanks have called for a radical new approach to innovate the management and delivery of Welsh public services.
HRH The Princess Royal visited Andrew Carnegie’s hometown of Dunfermline yesterday to help mark the centenary of the Carnegie UK Trust.
Carnegie UK Trust has unveiled the judging panel for the innovative TestTown project.
The Trust has today published a new report examining the low level of internet take-up in Glasgow.
Today we launched a book which marks our centenary year and describes some of the Trust's most interesting and wide-ranging achievements.
A priceless Andy Warhol exhibition will form the centrepiece of a week-long celebration of Andrew Carnegie’s philanthropy after the Carnegie UK Trust and the Scottish Parliament announced a deal to bring over 40 Warhol pieces to Scotland, many of which are being shown in the country for the first time.
The Carnegie UK Trust has thanked local commercial media and civil society organisations for the great response it has received to its £50,000 competition to improve local news reporting 'Neighbourhood News'.
The Trust and the Community Broadband Network launch joint discussion paper
£10,000 prize competition for young people to help rejuvenate town centres
There are now only two weeks left to apply to Neighbourhood News, the Trust’s £50,000 competition to improve local news reporting.