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Stories from the brink: the human impact of care provider failure

The LGiU is working with Mears Group to help tell the story of the human impact of provider failure and withdrawal from the home care market and we will be publishing these stories alongside analysis of how the current state of commissioning and funding of home care is putting providers on the edge and creating…

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Party Conferences 2015

LGiU will be heading to the Liberal Democrat, Labour, and Conservative Autumn Conferences. This page lists our planned events and collates our commentary.

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#spacerace

We believe local government can excel at squeezing value out of what it owns – whether that’s the council HQ, a local museum or something out of the ordinary. This summer we want to celebrate local government and the spaces it’s responsible for. You’ve got until 31st August to tweet, email or otherwise send us…

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Devolution

This page is an evolving resource collating useful material on devolution from the LGiU and beyond.

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Technology and transformation

With huge cuts to budgets still looming on the horizon for local authorities, the need for efficiency and innovation has never been greater. Technology can play a transformative role in this story. The LGiU is working with HP to explore how new technologies can shape the future of health and social care.

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21st Century Resilience

The latest LGiU policy paper on 21st Century Resilience, Resilience in practice,  looks at what councils can do to build resilient places, drawing together institutions, communities and citizens. Some areas cope better with acute crises and natural disasters, as well as long-term stresses and strains. We often refer to these areas as resilient. We talk about…

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Local Elections 2015

As well as this year's General Election, many authorities will also have local elections taking place. As usual we'll be running our 'count correspondence', with a live on-the-ground feed from around the country.

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Social care provider failure guidance

If care providers fail, councils are responsible for ensuring that there is continuity of care. We're working with ADASS and the Department of Health, alongside practitioners, providers and service user representatives to design guidance and a toolkit to help councils develop contingency plans.

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General Election 2015

Wondering what support we'll be offering members during the run-up to the 2015 General Election? Find out here.

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