Covid-19: Tilting the playing field towards a green and fair recovery
Post-Covid councils: a new framework for talking about the future of local government as we emerge from the pandemic
A collection of our content looking at Global Covid-19 responses
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Last week, Scottish Government released its four-phase strategy for how restrictions will be relaxed in the country going forward, and this week launched the plan for moving into Phase 1 of that strategy. This blog covers Scotland’s route map and identifies immediate points of relevance for local government.
This bundle brings together some of LGIU’s recent work on health and social care. It looks back to a pre-Covid-19 world (which seems such a long time ago, but is, of course, very recent), at health and social care during the pandemic, and ahead, when we are in ‘recovery’.
In April, the King’s Fund and Nuffield Trust published “Public satisfaction with the NHS and social care in 2019”. This briefing considers this report and the subsequent impact of Covid-19 on public attitudes.