These steps underline that development of Making Safeguarding Personal is not simply about a focus on personalised front line practice. It requires a whole system approach across and within organisations.
The report from the Learning and Work Institute reviews and draws together a wide range of existing research on the impact of the reforms to identify key challenges and priorities for future policy making and local delivery.
Councillors are uniquely placed to develop strategies, shape thinking and take an active lead locally because they have been democratically elected to represent the interests of the people and the council.
To further its work in this area, the LGA carried out a survey of housing managers working within local councils in England to gather insight into the effect – or likely effect – of the LHA freeze on local housing, ranging from homelessness to house building.
This workbook is a learning aid for councillors on the roles, opportunities and drivers for council-led action on the changing climate, both to reduce local carbon emissions and to build resilience to extreme weather.
Britain’s exit from the EU means that we are reshaping the way our country is run. Our vision is one of a rejuvenated local democracy, where power from Westminster and from the EU is significantly devolved to local level and citizens feel they have a meaningful vote and real reason to participate in civic life and their communities.