Brisbane City Council recently committed to creating a dementia-friendly Brisbane as a strategic element of the Brisbane 2032 Olympics – but what does this mean? This briefing explores what it means to be ‘dementia-friendly’ and what local governments can do to support people living with dementia in their communities.
Benefits of Tactical Urbanism: making room for active transport, parklets, and shared spaces
Creating more effective policy through a greater awareness of behavioural economics
Global Local Executive Panel – July 2021: Child Friendly Communities
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The projects, programmes, networks and initiatives discussed in this briefing highlight the vital roles for subnational institutions and actors – particularly local government, who have both a leadership and delivery role, in driving forward climate action.
the second in a two-part series looking at the concept of behavioural science and its relevance to public policy, this briefing unpacks a few of the more common heuristics and biases that people regularly encounter, and applies them to a case study that looks at cycling uptake.
Youth Futures Foundation and IPPO are hosting an event on Tuesday 16th November, 3.30pm-5pm to bring together local policymakers, practitioners and researchers to explore what should be in cities local recovery plans to boost youth employment, particularly among marginalised groups.