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Impact of the Covid-19 shutdown on vulnerable workers in Australia

This briefing is the first in a two-part series examining the impact of the current economic shutdown on vulnerable workers, drawing on analysis of labour market characteristics to identify the types of communities and sectors that are uniquely vulnerable.

Australia

Building a movement: tackling cup waste from all angles

...hindsight, it’s easy to empathise with a time when the convenience of disposable single-use items would have been the height of progress. They seemingly freed us from the laborious frugalities...

England & Wales, Scotland Blog Post
Members

Asset enabled transformation

As austerity continues, councils are caught between having to re-examine ways to save money, generate income and drive public sector reform whilst also attempting to stimulate local investment, economic growth and improve general wellbeing.

Scotland
Members & Followers

Infrastructure Contributions Review: Issues Paper

This briefing outlines the key issues identified in the Issue Paper, relating to the principles underpinning infrastructure contributions, the infrastructure funding landscape in NSW, and specific infrastructure contributions mechanisms enabled under the Act.

Australia
Members

A Look at Public Service Reform in Ireland – the next steps

Public service reform has been at the heart of meeting the challenges of austerity in Scotland over the past decade, and the same can be said of Ireland. This Briefing examines the new public service reform plan in Ireland, and addresses its potential impact including that upon the local government system.

Scotland
Members

After Covid-19: Pathways for Housing Policy in Ireland

While the pandemic currently obscures all other issues, Ireland will emerge from the lockdown still with long-term housing market problems around supply, affordability, and homelessness. This briefing covers four key models that represent potential directions for housing.

Ireland
Members

A New Model for Community Justice in Scotland

The Scottish Government published a new National Strategy for Community Justice emphasising local planning and service delivery and establishing β€˜Community Justice Scotland’ - a new body to oversee community justice strategy and drive innovation in the sector.

Scotland
Members

Government outsourcing: the good and the bad

Β A recent study by the Institute of Government concludes that outsourcing of public services by local and central government has delivered mixed results, with the public sector no longer likely to save as much money from using private contractors as in previous decades.

England & Wales, Scotland
Members

Planning for Affordable Housing

The Town and Country Planning Association has published Planning for Affordable Housing. The TCPA’s Planning for Affordable Housing project examines how the planning system is delivering affordable housing and how it can be supported to do so in a manner which greater reflects local needs.

England & Wales