Carnegie UK Trust
Closing the digital divide for good
The challenge of digital exclusion is not a new one. This joint report, from Carnegie UK Trust and the UK Committee for UNICEF, sets out why and how the UK government should continue its work to close the digital divide.
A review of the evidence on developing and supporting policy and practice networks
‘Networks’ and ‘networking’ are widely used (and often under-defined) concepts. This rapid review takes a more focused look at networks - specifically those that support policy and practice development, from the point of view of charitable organisations that may want to foster them as a...
Digitally kind: bridging the gaps between digital policy, process and practice to improve outcomes
The use of digital technology has increased rapidly over the last decade and intensified further since the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource is designed as a starting point to open up conversations for organisations, and to give an overview of a range of technical, social and...
The courage to be kind: reflecting on the role of kindness in the healthcare response to COVID-19
This report draws on a series of reflective conversations, conducted between April and September 2020 with five medics working in different parts of NHS Scotland. The conversations reflected on what can be achieved when united by a common purpose, and when work is underpinned by...
COVID-19 and Communities Listening Project: a shared response
This report considers how organisations and communities across the United Kingdom adapted and responded to the emergency phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.