Sam Evans shares some of the key lessons learned from the development of Greater Manchester’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy.
In May 2019, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) launched the IFS Deaton Review on Inequality. This briefing deals with the review’s work on gender inequality and focuses on the ‘Women and men at work’ report, published in December 2021.
We bring you a two parter this time. The first half is a great interview with Bradford’s Heather Wilson on how they’re working to help young people avoid crime, with a second half borrowing from the true crime genre with a localgov whodunnit.
What are top think tanks around the world publishing on climate change, workforce, transport, the pandemic and more?
Andrea Grochowski, Future Energy Communications Officer for Shetland Islands Council, explores some of the many exciting renewable energy projects underway across Shetland.
This briefing sets out how policymakers and local councils in countryside areas can better understand and support their rural creative economies.
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.
Wellbeing has become an established concept in policy making: the idea being that policy should promote not just income but ‘what really matters to people’. A report commissioned by the charity, Turn2Us, presents a new model of thriving, co-produced in a participatory process involving service users, academics and practitioners.