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Covid-19: The recovery plan – summary, issues and questions

The UK government has published its recovery plan – a conditional timetable for moving out of the most stringent aspects of lockdown. How clear is the plan, what issues does it raise for individuals, workers and local government? We summarise and examine its contents here.

England & Wales, Global, Scotland
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Ofsted Annual Report 2019-20

Lessons on early years, schools and skills provision in England through the 2019-20 annual report of Ofsted.

England & Wales
Members

Photo voter ID in the UK? Should it be challenged?

After pilot studies, the UK Government is planning to make voting conditional on the production of photographic identification at polling stations in UK parliamentary elections and in local elections in England. We review and comment on the issues raised by reports on the pilots. The briefing was written before Covid-19.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Swift Read: Re-opening Scottish Schools – learning as we go

Schools in Scotland started to gradually reopen from August 11, in different ways and to differing extents across the country, all taking a safety-first approach. This briefing takes an early look at the experience so far, pulling out learning points to consider over the coming weeks and months.

Scotland
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Covid-19 local communications: principles and effectiveness

Getting communications right during the pandemic has been sometimes difficult for central government. Local government has had a better record. What has been working well and what principles can underpin effectiveness?

England & Wales, Scotland
Members

Digital skills gap – Learning and Work Institute survey

‘Disconnected? Exploring the digital skills gap’ was published in March 2012 by World Skills UK and the Learning and Work Institute. It assess the current state of digital skills in the UK and finds growing demand for advanced digital skills from employers but also a skills gap and declining digital skills training in school, further…

England & Wales, Scotland
Members

Swift Read: What does Holyrood 2021 election result mean for local communities?

Professor James Mitchell outlines what the recent Holyrood election result will mean locally, highlighting the prospect of an independence referendum as likely to dominate politics for the years to come, the surprising lack of debate in the election regarding the economy and the pandemic’s role in paving the way for functional, fiscal and community empowerment…

Scotland

Vacancy: Policy, Publishing and Editorial Officer

Working For: LGIU International Limited Location: Office-based in London or Edinburgh, or remote Salary: £21,000 to £23,000 per annum The LGIU (Local Government Information Unit) is a leading cross-party membership body and think tank supporting innovation in local government. We are passionate about promoting collaborative, democratic local decision-making and ensuring that local government has the…