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Sector-led improvement in 2020/21

This end of year report provides an overview and summary of highlights from the 2020/21 support programme.

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COVID-19 Workforce Survey, week ending 7 May 2021

This report is part of a series of monthly surveys of all councils in England and Wales collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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Leading Healthier Places 2021/22 - Support for care and health leaders

Our range of leadership development events, workshops and publications will help you transform your local systems.

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A councillor’s workbook on equality, diversity and inclusion

This workbook has been designed as a distance learning aid for local councillors and should be read in conjunction with your council’s own guidance on equalities, diversity and inclusion.

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Learning from employment and skills responses to COVID-19

A report summarising the learning from economic development, employment and skills services during the pandemic.

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Education to Employment - Supporting Youth Participation

In November 2020 the Local Government Association (LGA) commissioned York Consulting LLP to undertake a project to support the sector through action learning; to better understand those not in education, employment, or training (NEET); and those at risk of becoming NEET.

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Stakeholder engagement in an emergency: Lessons from low-traffic neighbourhoods

To help draw out some of the key lessons from the EATF programme, the LGA commissioned experts from the University of Westminster and Fern Consulting to undertake independent research.

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Core Code of Ethics Guidance

This guidance document demonstrates the actions that a fire and rescue service (FRS) should ensure at an individual, management and strategic level aid interpretation, support implementation and embed the Core Code of Ethics effectively.

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Core Code of Ethics for Fire and Rescue Services - England

The Core Code of Ethics for Fire and Rescue Services (FRS) sets out five ethical principles, which provide a basis for promoting good behaviour and challenging in appropriate behaviour. These principles will help to improve organisational culture and workforce diversity of FRSs, ensuring that communities are supported in the best way.

Local Government Association Model Councillor Code of Conduct 2020

This Code has been designed to protect our democratic role, encourage good conduct and safeguard the public’s trust in local government.

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