A book written to celebrate difference is being used by Cork City Libraries to support families with hearing impaired members to enjoy story time together.
This briefing sets out how policymakers and local councils in countryside areas can better understand and support their rural creative economies.
UK libraries are currently facing a crisis but it doesn’t have to be this way, the pandemic has amplified the need for community spaces and digital learning areas – giving libraries untapped potential if reimagined with the correct care and investment.
As arts and cultural organisations reset and repurpose, new funding and Arts Council England’s Delivery Plan 2021-24 set the direction for a greater focus on place-based approaches to arts and culture.
This briefing looks at the challenges and opportunities ahead for local sports and leisure services, considering the latest Active Lives data and research and recommendations by APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) to safeguard services for the future.
This briefing looks at NSW’s Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) recently released the Synthetic Turf Study In Public Open Space report which applies a wide lens, looking at the potential social environmental and economic impacts, benefits and limitations of synthetic turf.
The State of Victoria is working with Aboriginal Victorians as equal partners to develop a historic first treaty with the potential to redefine the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians. Join us on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples to discuss how this monumental process might shape local policy and land use planning in…
What did Euro 2020 tell us about our ongoing failure to tackle racism in society and what lessons can we learn from it?
Peter Smith, LGIU Commissioning Editor – England, explores historical and contemporary racism in football and how sport can be used to educate communities and the children in them to help us move forward.