Building back for the better: Reflecting on the Carnegie UK Trust report

As we head into the final days of July 2020 it seems like a good moment to pause and reflect. Susan and I have now been blogging every week since lockdown and we will shortly be following our own advice and taking a bit of breather to look after our own well-being. Few of us have come through the last few months completely unscathed and we all have to find our own way to manage that. I’m looking forward to picking up the camera again and focusing on my creative work for a few weeks...

Before I do that, I wanted to share some reflections prompted by the excellent report recently published by the Carnegie UK Trust, ‘Building Back for the Better.’ If you haven’t already seen it, it is well worth a read. It is very concise and clear, and I found much of it resonated with the issues we have been blogging about in recent months.

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