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To rethink Scotland, our systems need to let people in

History tells us that periods of great disruption are often followed by periods of massive social change. But last year’s’ flurry of ‘build back’ and ‘build forward’ reports and...

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Breaking From Tradition – Why We Must Embrace The National Performance Framework

To coincide with the 10 year anniversary of the publication of the Report by the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress, the Carnegie UK Trust...

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How can public policy support an ‘infrastructure of kindness’ in Scotland?

A new report from Carnegie UK, Public policy and the infrastructure of kindness in Scotland, explores the decision to put kindness at the centre of the Scottish National Performance...

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An Enabling State: it’s time to recognise community power

Now, perhaps more than ever, our peer-to-peer interactions, social networks and relationships, matter. The importance of personal agency and control in the decisions that affect our lives should not...

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Breaking Ground

How would you design a new social security system from scratch? Not an opportunity that comes along every day, so probably not a question many have devoted time to...

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Report sets out how to deliver inclusive growth for Scotland

A new report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) sets out how productivity could deliver inclusive growth for Scotland. In 2015, the Scottish government launched a new...

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