With sincere apologies, due to the recent announcement about the train strikes that will be taking place w/c 4 December (with significant impact on Wednesday 6 December), we have made the decision to host our first annual LGIU@40 Research Symposium virtually via Zoom. While in the past, these strikes have been called off at the last minute, we want to eliminate any uncertainty for our LGIU community at this very busy time of the year.
The session will now run from 10:00 – 13:00 via Zoom only.
We hope that this will ensure the least disruption possible for you, our speakers and other guests that are due to join us for this vital discussion.
Join the LGIU’s Local Democracy Research Centre for our 2023 research symposium.
At the symposium, we will be bringing together senior leaders from across local government to learn from each other and about the research we’ve carried out this year. Most importantly, we’ll be looking for your input and ideas into our research programme for 2024. Alongside this, we will be launching our LGIU@40 manifesto to empower local government to face the future (moving from aspiration to practical action) ahead of the next general election.
Wednesday 6 December | 10:00-13:00. Guest speakers include Professor Patrick Diamond, Dr Madeleine Pill, Professor Liz Richards, Professor Richard Eccleston, Dr Peter Eckersley, Dr Hannah Bunting, Theo Blackwell MBE, Chief Digital Officer, Mayor of London and Keiran Pedley, Research Director, Public Affairs, Ipsos – full programme to follow.
Spaces are available for this complimentary event for senior officers and councillors from LGIU member councils exclusively on a first come, first served basis.
As we set our research agenda for our 2024/25 research programme – don’t miss out on the opportunity to use your insight and experience to create the optimum research base from which we can develop and deliver effective local government policy together.