Natalie Heritage, Covid-19 Support Officer at Wiltshire Council, talks about the value of partnership working with the voluntary and community sector through Covid-19 and looking beyond.
Test and trace or trace a test? The state of Covid-19 testing in the UK
LGIU Book Club: sign up for our October meeting where we will talk about Municipal Dreams
LGIU Fortnightly: the latest episode talks about our post-Covid councils work on place and communities
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In this opinion piece, Dr Ed Wensing reflects on the lessons for local governments from the recent destruction of the historic rock shelters at Juukan Gorge and argues that local government needs to be more aware of Indigenous peoples’ rights and interests, regardless of how well the law currently provides protection.
LGIU Scotland’s Kim Fellows speaks to Cllr Gavin Corbett, Green councillor for Fountainbridge/Craiglockhart in Edinburgh, about Covid-19, tourism, canals, and how we might be heading from the ‘Covid-19 frying pan’ to the ‘climate change fire’.
The session is ideal for delegates who want to learn how to stand their ground gracefully and who want to feel more in control of their own destiny.