Join us for an insightful virtual panel aimed at discussing and exploring the unique challenges and opportunities facing coastal communities and the role of local government and stakeholders in supporting their sustainable development.
Join us for an international Q&A with local government leaders to explore asset management strategies, share ideas, and learn about the most critical issues facing local government.
Join the VLGA & LGIU for a Q&A panel to explore the relationship between levels of government, how to maximize engagement with higher levels of government best, and to discuss resetting these challenging relationships.
Join us for a global discussion on the most critical issues facing local government, including sustainable and affordable housing, with leaders from around the world.
Discover strategies to tackle misinformation and disinformation from our distinguished panel of local government executives, specifically designed for professionals in the field.
Join the VLGA & LGIU for a Q&A with leaders from around the world to explore strategies to increase female participation in local government and advocate to increase women's representation in leadership roles.
This year marks 125 years of continuous local democracy in Ireland. This article examines councillors’ critical role in Ireland’s transformation, despite limitations in the local government system, and considers recommendations for strengthening local government’s position as the heart of Irish democracy.
This is the second briefing in our two-part series on the implementation of Ireland’s National Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Network. It is focused on the provision of EV charging points at the local level and the lead role assigned to the local government sector in implementing the EV charging policy.
In anticipation of the release of the Private Rental Review report in mid-2023, this briefing outlines the key aspects of a consultation document prepared by the Department of Housing, Local Government, and Heritage in June 2023, setting the stage for the upcoming review.
This briefing is part one of a two-part series on the Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland EV transition by 2030. It will examine the Draft National En-Route EV Charging Network Plan and its implications from the national road and EU’s main transport corridors enroute charging perspective.