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Levelling up: policy frameworks for collective wellbeing

Levelling up is never going to be one size fits all. To support the development of areas that currently have poorer economic and social outcomes, we need to recognise...

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Democratic wellbeing: a new report from Carnegie UK

Carnegie UK published their report GDWe: A spotlight on democratic wellbeing last month. Gross Domestic Wellbeing (GDWe) is an alternative measure of social progress to the dominant measure GDP, as set...

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What will the end of the Universal Credit uplift mean for wellbeing?

At the Conservative Party Conference last week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson remarked that ‘wages are going up faster than before the pandemic began’. These comments were made against the backdrop of...

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Gross Domestic Wellbeing: a more relevant measure than GDP?

Carnegie UK Trust last December published their report Gross Domestic Wellbeing (GDWe)™ An alternative measure of social progress, which proposes GDWe as ‘a more holistic and relevant’ measure of...

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The power of communities of place and interest

What does community mean to you? Whether it means stopping to catch up with your neighbour in your local park; knowing where to access support if you need it;...

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Community Planning During COVID-19

COVID-19 and Wellbeing Blogs: The Carnegie UK Trust works to improve personal, community and societal wellbeing. Many of the issues that we work on, and the partners and groups...

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