An attractive night time economy makes sense for councils as it can reduce costs, boost business rate income, improve community wellbeing and create jobs. How can partnerships with the health services, police, businesses and others help councils make the most of these benefits? LGiU and Portman Group will be hosting a fringe event at the […]
Why are young people becoming radicalised in this way. This Webinar discusses this issue and is associated with a Seminar being put on by the Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) and GlobalNet21 in July.
This workshop will focus on how we work together to develop community conversations across communities to develop a sense of cohesion that can be owned by all. It will look at some case studies of good practice, look at the role of social networking and the new media and provide space for us to discuss our own experiences.
This seminar series will cover both theory and practice. We will initially introduce the case for commissioning public service outcomes from arts and cultural providers, review stories of strong practice and highlight the barriers to greater levels of commissioning. We will hear from commissioners who are leading innovation in this area about the methods they have used and the results they are seeing. The seminar will be co-presented by NEF (the New Economics Foundation) and commissioners with experience of commissioning from arts and cultural providers.