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How South African local governments can support urban food growing post Covid-19

The City of Cape Town has adopted the Urban Agriculture Policy (2007) and the Food Garden Project to help shape local food systems. This briefing explores various ways to strengthen food security by developing a coherent, systematic food policy and food system strategy.

Global, South Africa

Canada Bay Connects

One year on from when COVID-19 first hit, the City of Canada Bay takes us through some of the ways they adapted to the pandemic to maintain access to community services and keep citizens connected and supported through the last 12 challenging months.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland Blog Post
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Devolution: A Road Map

This briefing summarises Devolution: A Road Map, a paper by Dr Jonathan Carr-West and Dr Patrick Diamond.

England & Wales
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Spending Round 2019 and Local Government

The final briefing in our series on the recent Spending Round looks at local government announcements, comparing the SR with the recommendations from the MHCLG Select Committee’s report on local government funding. The additional funding is welcome but does the SR mean an end to austerity or just a pause?

England & Wales
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What lessons can local government learn from Canada’s community-driven immigration programmes?

In recent years, Canada has developed an immigration policy seeing millions arrive, including in rural locations. This is the work of the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP), a partnership and program between federal and local government incentivising more remote and isolated communities to accept migrants. This briefing outlines the role of Canadian municipalities in…

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland
Members

Spending Round 2019: Analysis

This briefing is the second of three assessing the Chancellor’s spending announcements made in Spending Round 2019. it looks at the current state of public finances and the shortening available spending headroom under current fiscal rules. A page has been turned on austerity, but much remains uncertain.

England & Wales
Members

Is the NHS about to grind to a halt because of lack of staff?

The King’s Fund, in “Closing the gap: Key areas for action on the health and care workforce”, state that workforce shortages are already having a direct impact on patient care and staff experience and urgent action is now required to avoid a vicious cycle of growing shortages and declining quality.

Scotland

Make love not war… please, give the planet a chance

In advance of our upcoming bundle this Friday (11 December) marking the anniversary of the Paris Agreement, Kim Fellows writes personally on the prospects of climate conflict, inequality, and whether we might still be hopeful for a green recovery.

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Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme: an Independent Assessment

As part of the requirements of the Scottish Climate Change Act, the Scottish government published the Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme (SCCAP) in 2014. This briefing covers the first independent progress review from the Adaptation Sub-Committee of the UK’s Climate Change Committee (CCC).

Scotland