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Members

Swift Read: Buffering for 12 years: Why councillors still can’t attend meetings remotely.

The government recently announced plans to allow councillors to attend meetings by video link – for those on Combined Authorities or Joint Committees. The idea of remote attendance was first raised twelve years ago. Will the government follow through the recent consultation and should the consultation have gone further?

England & Wales, Scotland

Equipped to Engage? Survey results from 130+ local authorities

Are local authorities equipped to engage with social media? Last week LGiU were able to get an updated insight into how ready services for young people are when it comes to engaging with social media for youth engagement. Through a national survey of over 130 local authorities, we’ve built up a picture of whether or…

England & Wales Blog Post

School’s out! … not

Colin Pettigrew from Nottinghamshire County Council on how schools are responding to the need to support children of key workers and the most vulnerable children in society.

England & Wales, Global Blog Post

Covid-19: Child contact centres during the pandemic

Contact with both parents is vitally important for children of separated families. Elizabeth Coe, Chief Executive of the National Association of Child Contact Centres, explains how they are working to maintain that contact at this time.

England & Wales Blog Post

Engaging your communities through education

This Seminar will look at some of the new ideas developing around community education and the pivotal role that local authorities can play in partnership with others. This partnership can be one with local communities, universities and colleges and the wider civil society. What we would like to do in this seminar is explore some…

England & Wales
Members

The Barriers to Choice Review

The Government has published the findings of an independent review into public service choice (“The Barriers to Choice Review – How are people using choice in public services?”), looking at how effective choice is in health, social care and schools, while looking at the wider lessons elsewhere. The review concluded that while the public like…

England & Wales
Members

Limerick City and County Council: A Month in the Life

This is the second in our new series of monthly briefings on local government activities. This month we’re looking at the achievements and innovations of Limerick City and County Council, drawing from the January edition of their Chief Executive’s Monthly Report.

Ireland
Members

Health, public health and social care round up: October 2013

The health, public health and social care round-up summarises new policy, research and publications that are relevant to elected members and officers interested in health and social care. It is intended to be a digested read and provides links to the source documentation of major reports for further consideration. The briefings are organised in the…

England & Wales
Members

Achieving gender equality in local government

This briefing summarises recent research into sexism in local government and uses practical examples from the 2014 Times 50 Best Employers for Women to explore practical measures councils can take to encourage more women to become councillors and enter senior management.

England & Wales