Dec/Jan 20 - Public Sector VS Global Warming

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PSE Dec/Jan 20

Comment p4-21

Chris Painter gives us a ten-year political round-up, the LGA delves into upskilling and retaining the public sector workforce and Carnegie Trust UK breaks down how
we can ‘Turnaround Towns’ with seven key principles.

Health & social care 22-27

Vice chancellor of the University of Salford, Helen Marshall, outlines new Mental Health initiatives across Greater Manchester. Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson explains the work he’s doing with foodbanks in the region and Oxford City Council share how they won best UK economy four years running. 

Transport p28-30

Director of transport, housing and infrastructure in Sheffield City Region, Mark Lynam, talks sustainability followed by Bristol city’s electric vehicle stance and charity Brake invites us to ‘step up for safe streets’ 

Northern Powerhouse p31-34

The IPPR expands on its ‘State of the North’ report and the Northern Housing Consortium tells us how homes in the North can help tackle climate change. 

Social Value Portal p35-39

This section is dedicated to the rise of the importance of Social Value and we hear from Social Value Portal about the work their doing to embed it into councils across the country. 

Digital innovation p40-43

Read up on Manchester’s new School of Digital Arts, supporting Manchester’s digital ambitions and accrediting standards on AI from UKAS themselves.

 

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