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.
The Granite City becomes the Green City
12 steps for digital inclusion
2020 Spending Review – ‘relative stability’ for children and young people’s services
Maxine Moar explains the concept of Participatory Appraisal, one of the seminars she runs for the LGiU learning and development programme.
Notwestminster, the annual event for local democracy enthusiasts, returns for its sixth edition, “Big hearts and open minds”, on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th February 2020, writes Diane Sims.
With the general election looming, we hear from councillors who’ve been out on the doorstep. Cllr Abi Brown, Leader of Stoke-on-Trent, and Cllr Michael Payne, Deputy Leader of Gedling and Chair of LGiU, tell us what this election could mean for local government, what should be prioritised by the new Government and how councils can…
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.
Levels of trust in the UK government, media and businesses have plummeted over recent years. Sophie Willett, Founding Partner at Willem Communications, blogs for us about why it’s important to engage with the media and how to do it.
Can party manifestos reveal much about the current state and possible future of localism? LGiU’s Janet Sillett looks at what the three main party manifestos have to offer for localism and issues relevant to local government.
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.