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The early education workforce in England – what next?

Despite more than twenty years of policy development and financial investment in early childhood education and care, the sector’s workforce remains one that is mostly female, low-qualified, lacking socio-demographic diversity and poorly paid. This briefing looks at the issues and how local authorities may bring about change.

England & Wales

Spaces for People – speaking personally on the art of the possible

Giving examples from Glasgow, James Bonner writes on the need to protect public spaces that under the pandemic have been transformed from having just movement function into places to be, and, going forward, the importance of valuing such spaces from a wellbeing perspective – rather than the usual economic one.

England & Wales, Scotland Blog Post
Members

The EU’s Green Deal: Challenge and opportunity through just transition

The EU is at the heart of international efforts to address climate change. A new Commission alongside a new Parliament has recently proposed a radical re-configuration of the overall policy framework. We look at these recent moves and explore the potential opportunities for Ireland in becoming carbon neutral within the next 3 decades.

Ireland
Members

Summer Recap: a quick tour of Ireland

LGIU’s Merle Zierke takes a quick spin through a number of the LGiU Ireland briefings you may have missed during 2020, summarising issues that may provide useful insights for Australian local councils and provides the links to the detailed briefings for councillors and council staff who may want to dig a bit deeper.

Australia, Ireland
Members

Oireachtas Review: June/July 2019

In the final Oireachtas Review before summer recess, we cover the Climate Emergency Bill, the Brexit update and Citizen's Assemblies.

Ireland
Members & Followers

Covid-19: Ireland begins to step down its lockdown… maybe

The following briefing provides an overview of current conditions in Ireland and the phases which hopefully will see Ireland move towards some sort of normality, whatever that will mean, for the foreseeable future.

Ireland
Members & Followers

Home to school transport and Covid-19

Research indicates that around 1 in 5 primary and 1 in 3 secondary pupils use school buses or public transport to get to school. If schools are to re-open fully, an effective and safe home to school transport provision is needed. This briefing looks at the available Government guidance.

England & Wales, Scotland
Members

Renewing Ireland through meeting the challenge of climate change

In the following briefing, we focus on the critical elements of the programme for government and its objectives around climate change: the economic possibilities, the potential role of local government in Ireland and recovery from the impact of Covid-19.

Ireland

Supporting recovery for early education and childcare providers

Local authorities must take seriously the pending crisis facing early childhood education and care (ECEC). There may soon be insufficient early childhood education and care places available to meet parental demand. Across publicly funded maintained settings and the private, voluntary and independent (PVI) settings, we are fast reaching a tipping point.

England & Wales Blog Post