This briefing examines the concept of ‘Doughnut Economics’ as an increasingly popular model around which to structure change at a local level. For local government, this model offers a guide to policy making that re-centres value by setting out the social and ecological parameters for decision-making while fostering collaboration and inter-departmental working.
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Now, in the recovery phase, there is an opportunity to seek out alternative approaches to local economic development that prioritise the needs and wants of local people and communities over that of external shareholder profit. This briefing will be of interest to local authorities who want to take action to address the external leakage of…
Ella Henry should have sat her A levels this year and enjoyed a long summer with her friends before uni, but then the world changed. She writes for us about the impact of the pandemic on her and other young people.
How will the local roles and impacts of universities change post-Covid-19? And what are the implications for local authorities and local leadership teams?