Publications

We have an extensive catalogue of publications - research reports, long read articles, toolkits and best practice guidelines - that stem from our work with our member councils and other collaborations. Most publications are free to read and download as PDFs but you do need to be logged in to the website. Please sign in or set up an account if you don't already have one (this is free of charge). A few publications are for members only.

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Leaving a Kingdom – How fared local government?

As we enter 2022, the sovereign State of Ireland is marking a ‘decade of centenaries’. This publication reviews the achievements of the nation to have gained such a highly-valued international standing over the last 100 years, while also contemplating the progress that must still be made.

Global, Ireland

Happy Holidays from LGIU

Happy holidays! How local governments around the world sharing festive cheer.

Global

Global Local: 2021 in Recap

At the end of our first year of Global Local, we recap the challenges shared and lessons highlighted.

Global

LGIU Scotland Annual Review 2021

As 2021 draws to a close, we take a look back over the past 12 months and share some of the highlights of LGIU Scotland’s year with you.

Scotland

Annual Review 2021

As the year draws to a close we look back at the highlights from LGIU’s work in our annual review of 2021.

England & Wales

Twelve briefings of Christmas

At LGIU, we are feeling the giving spirit this year and would like to showcase our most-popular briefings throughout 2021 with both members and followers. From 1st – 12th, you will find a new briefing every day in this virtual advent calendar. Access is only available for December – unless you’re a member of course.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa

Local government’s role in the epidemic of violence against women

The United Nations General Assembly has designated today (November 25) as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The important question is how can this translate into action at a global level? As local authority members know all too well, it all begins with action at a local level.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Scotland

Report: Exploring Economic and Enterprise Opportunities from Climate Action

This report by LGIU for the Eastern and Midlands Climate Action Regional Office (CARO) in Ireland utilises international case study work to explore the economic opportunities of climate action at a local level across the global stage,  drawing out practical lessons for local adaptation and mitigation efforts.

Global, Ireland