It’s a new year, a new decade and a new government, but there’s still a lot of unfinished business from the last. We look over some of the big ideas LGiU has promoted over the last ten years and that we still think need addressing as well as highlighting some of our top content from…
Ingrid Koehler found Valencia, Spain a cycle friendly city that had turned flooding disaster into cultural, sporting and transport opportunity.
Brexit isn’t the only ‘unfinished business’ Ten ideas from the last decade that remain current for the next 10 years and which the new UK government must address as a matter of priority.
This week we launched CoCare – the app and information portal for better care – at an extra care facility in Southwark. Find out how you can get involved.
The LGiU Christmas office celebrations often feature a quiz. Try your hand at our picture round for a chance to win one of our coveted LGiU festive mugs.
LGiU’s Ingrid Koehler visited Bristol to find out what they’re doing to make their city truly child friendly and what that means for us grown-ups.
The next 16 days are designed to draw a focus on the issues of domestic abuse, gender based violence and human rights. We spoke to our recent Cllr Award winner Janet Gardner about her work in this area and take a look at some other local government developments around the world.
Peter Stanyon, Chief Executive of the Association of Electoral Administrators, highlights the strains and the strengths of our electoral administration system in the face of yet another unscheduled election.
Now that a general election has been called, LGiU is on election footing providing information and support to Members and Followers. Find out what’s on our election slate.