The LGIU’s Ingrid Koehler looks again at her study of local government, trust and misinformation and reflects on recent experiences of misinformation in her own life.
We talk about waste reduction in Melbourne and cutting through the carbon confusion everywhere and the role of local government. Plus some wombling and Dirty Santa.
LGIU launches the brand new Global Local podcast with a look at how local governments can learn from each other on the issues of refugee resettlement.
Vera Dodic, manager of Toronto’s Newcomer Office, explains how their coordinating role between the City of Toronto and public and private partners is making the transition to a new life in Canada’s largest city easier for people who’ve had their whole lives turned upside down.
Resilient food systems that address food security, health and sustainability are an essential part of a climate change agenda and local government is at the heart of it. Nourish Scotland is working with local governments to support sustainable food systems.
Adult social care has many problems and finance is just one. While new money is welcome, we ask how it will be used to untangle the knot of complex reform.
Smart cities are more than just using tech. They are ultimately about using technology to improve the quality of life and happiness of our citizens. This collection of examples shows how.
How can we build on the digital progress made during the pandemic? What kind of leadership do we need to build ‘digital organisations’? Dave Briggs has some ideas.
We wanted to let you know the way we share our policy briefings is changing. Find out how our recent conversations with members are making LGIU’s information service even better.