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In this session we heard from a panel of local government CEOs from England, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand who discussed the experiences their councils have faced when dealing with reform and reform processes as well as theoretical reflections on certain aspects of sector reform.
As the climate crisis worsens, extreme heat events are becoming an increasingly common across the world. These events pose a serious threat to life as well as to supply chains, infrastructure and economies. Miami-Dade County is one place that is leading the way in addressing extreme heat. In this article Mayor Daniella Levine Cava discusses…
One year on from COP-26, LGIU and VLGA bring you a panel of international council Chief Executives to discuss what's happened in the last twelve months and the ongoing implications for local government of the COP-26 discussions and resolutions.
To coincide with our international conference in County Clare, LGIU and the VLGA bring you a special Global Local Executive Panel where we'll bring together Chief Executives from rural and coastal councils in Ireland, the UK and Australia to talk about their experiences facing the unique challenges presented to rural and coastal communities.
On Thursday 28 July 2022 join LGIU, the Victorian Local Governance Association (VLGA) and a panel of council Chief Executives from across the globe as we discuss planning for biodiversity and creating green spaces in urban areas.
On 26 May 2022 join VLGA, LGIU and a panel of council Chief Executives from across the globe as we dive into the issues of trust in local government and local government culture, how councils can build external trust and create positive internal cultures and the ties between the two.
This course consists of three modules of over an hour each which cover an introduction to using social media effectively, planning and managing your social media and using images and video effectively.
This online session aims to improve the way you chair both online, hybrid and in-person meetings and techniques to improve how you manage participation.
This programme has been developed for Councillors who are experienced in public speaking and would like to develop their skills even further.