On July 28th 2022 LGiU Australia and VLGA brought together a panel of council chief executives from England, Scotland and Victoria, along with the Victorian Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability to discuss their varying approaches to biodiversity planning and green spaces.
Neighbourhood engagement: how local government can effectively deliver participation
Densification and its objectors in Johannesburg
Data driven cities: adjacent possibilities or giant leaps
Strategy execution: Aligning your organisation to deliver on your council plan
LGiU’s CEO Jonathan Carr-West gives a keynote address at the 2022 ALGA conference on how only local government can rebuild trust in democracy and meet the public policy challenges of the 21st century – but we need a global learning network to do so
In this session, we heard from a panel of local government experts from England and Australia who discussed their experiences of building and maintaining trust through culture, and the kinds of circumstances which may lead to a loss of trust in local government.
In this session we heard from a panel of local government CEOs from England, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand who discussed the experiences their councils have faced when dealing with reform and reform processes as well as theoretical reflections on certain aspects of sector reform.