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Jonathan Carr-West’s speech news:rewired

Open reflects a growing recognition that what matters is not the technology or the tools but the uses you put them to: the forms of engaging, doing and being that they enable and the way they increase and improve democratic participation for a growing number of people.

England & Wales Blog Post
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Home care and home care workers: recent reports from EHRC, Unison and Leonard Cheshire

• A number of recent reports have drawn attention to the quality of home care for older and disabled people and to threats to their human rights and dignity. • All the reports are based on surveys of local authorities, service users and/or care workers and/or Freedom of Information requests to local authorities. The reports…

England & Wales

Cats, local government and getting your claws out

Since most of the Internet seems to run on cats, it was inevitable that LGiU would have to have a picture of a cat on our website at some point. Last night I watched a documentary on cats on Netflix . The Paw Project. I nearly turned away during the fairly gruesome bit on the mechanics…

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Culture is Digital

Culture is Digital highlights the opportunities for collaboration between the cultural and technology sectors and builds on policy commitments in the Culture White Paper to review the digitisation of public collections and enhance the online cultural experience, and in the UK Digital Strategy to increase digital participation.

England & Wales
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Caught in the web: the perils and perks of the internet, a guide for local politicians

This briefing looks at some of the positive ways the internet has influenced local government in the UK and some of the ways in which it has a negative impact. It includes an overview of undesirable and criminal online behaviour and introduces some of the ways that regulation of internet safety is currently being discussed.

Ireland, Scotland
Members

Deregulation Act 2015

The Deregulation Act 2015 legislates on a wide range of local government services. This briefing unpacks the Act.

England & Wales
Members

Autumn Statement 2013: Analysis

A summary of Autumn Statement 2013 was published on 5 December.This briefing sets out a more detailed analysis of certain aspects of the Statement, including: the state of the economy, the programme for deficit reduction, planning and housing, local growth, and welfare (the AME cap). Strictly speaking, there is no ‘new news’ on the financial…

England & Wales
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On Your Radar August 2014

On Your Radar provides regular updates on information from central government and other key organisations; looks ahead at what could be hitting the headlines and comments on issues relevant to local government that will be influencing the political landscape over the coming months. This edition contains: Briefings July and August Government consultations Select Committee inquiries…

England & Wales
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Countries of Culture: Funding and support for the arts outside London

The Commons Committee for Culture, Media and Sport has published a report on funding outside London, examining the impact of local government cuts on cultural provision at local and regional levels. It also looks at the development of new commercial practices and local responses to the withdrawal of public funding.

England & Wales, Scotland
Members

Making the most of places – a shift towards sustainable tourism

This briefing considers the opportunities that sustainable tourism offers, and the benefits it can bring to local authorities, in particular the potential for economic development through managed access to natural, cultural and built heritage.

Scotland