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Limerick.ie – Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards Winner

This is the fifth in our series of briefings exploring winning programmes from the Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards. This week we’re taking a look at the winner of the Outstanding Customer Service category – Limerick City and County Council’s website limerick.ie.

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Dementia Friendly Communities: sharing learning from Bradford and York

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation has recently published ‘How can we make our cities dementia friendly: sharing the learning from Bradford and York’, identifying key messages from two independent evaluations of areas that are relatively advanced in their dementia friendly community (DFC) developments.

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Health, public health and social care round up: May 2013

The health, public health and social care round-up summarises new policy, research and publications that are relevant to elected members and officers interested in health and social care. It is intended to be a digested read and provides links to the source documentation of major reports for further consideration. The briefings are organised in the…

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Private provision in children’s social care – Children’s Commissioner’s report

A look at the increasing role of the private sector in providing for children’s care services focussing on children’s homes and fostering. The briefing considers a number of questions around private sector involvement including profit-making, ownership, competition, financial risk, and the quality of care.

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Tackling child sexual exploitation and protecting children who go missing from residential care

In July there was a flurry of activity, including new publications, on tackling child sexual exploitation and protecting children who go missing from residential care. This was, in part, a reaction to the conviction in May of nine members of a child sexual exploitation network in Rochdale – although the key publications were initiated well…

England & Wales

The importance of good data for public sector improvement

Why is good data important to the public sector? Simon Roberts and Nick Cassidy, from the Data and Intelligence team at the Improvement Service, talk us through the benefits and challenges of sharpening up data collection processes to be able to harness intelligence more effectively for decision-making.

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Winners: C’llr Achievement awards 2011

Over 100 of local government’s biggest and brightest, including Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP , met this evening in Westminster for the presentation of the C’llr Achievement Awards 2011. These awards are an initiative we believe strongly in as they exist to find, highlight and celebrate the dedicated effort that councillors put in throughout the…

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