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Members & Global Local

Global Local: Mental Health Support

In this issue of Global Local, we’re looking at how local authorities can best support the mental health of the communities they serve.

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Global Local: Gambling

In this issue of Global Local, we’ll be covering gambling’s harms and the responses available to local governments.

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Global Local: Local elections

In this issue of Global Local, we’ll be covering how local elections can operate at their best in an age of declining trust in electoral systems and results.

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Global Local: Abandoned housing and land

In this week’s Global Local, we’re focusing on vacant, abandoned and derelict buildings and land and how local governments can repurpose these for better use for the public.

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Digital poverty and rural broadband

In this week’s Global Local, we’re taking a look at digital poverty and exclusion and what can be done to help people get better digital access and skills.

Quarterly roundup March 2023

Our quarterly round-up edition of Global Local allows you to revisit your favourite topics – and gives our new readers a chance to catch up. Keep reading for a refresh on our top content from the past few months.

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International Women’s Day 2023

In this week’s Global Local, we’re celebrating International Women’s Day, examining how to improve women’s participation in local government and how local government can help improve the lives of women and girls.

Global Local: Young people and democracy

In this week’s Global Local, we’re examining young people’s view of democracy and how local government can better engage our youngest citizens.