In March and April, Localis will be hosting two private roundtables that will consider the intersection between the family and child and adolescent mental health services. We will explore the effectiveness of current child and adolescent mental health policy and explore its connection to frontline service delivery. Discussion will consider: The best strategies for creating […]
In April, Localis will be hosting two private roundtables to consider how local government and the NHS can reboot the health and social care integration agenda. This roundtable discussion will form part of the research methodology for a major new project we’re undertaking on the future of health and care integration. Key discussion questions will include: Have […]
This roundtable on Wednesday 19th April will consider how to reduce the employment gap for people with disabilities. The discussion will be chaired by the former Minister for Disabled People Rt Hon Mark Harper MP. Discussion will focus on: barriers that exist for disabled people seeking employment policies that have been successful in helping disabled […]
Are the Housing White Paper’s measures enough to encourage new models of housing delivery? Do the proposed revised NPPF definitions go far enough to support the government’s objectives? Will the shift away from starter homes deliver more affordable homes? In a series of roundtables, we will be exploring these questions and the Housing White Paper’s hidden […]
Localis are holding a private roundtable on whether public health cuts are a false economy. The discussion will be chaired by former Health Minister Dr Dan Poulter MP. Discussion will focus on: how investment in public health can lead to positive health and broader social outcomes whether cuts in funding for public health lead to increased costs […]
In conjunction with Next Door, Localis will be holding a private round table discussion to discuss the new ways in which technology can help unlock hidden social capital in our communities. The discussion will be hosted by former David Cameron speechwriter and Number 10 special adviser Max Chambers, who is now leading the UK launch of […]
On Wednesday 2nd November, Localis will launch a new report on the future of the ‘public service ethos’, kindly sponsored by Grant Thornton. Discussion at the event will ask whether the ‘public service ethos’ still exists. It will also look at whether it is uniform and national, or if a new emergent generation of workers […]
Localis and Cardtronics will be hosting a private round table on the role of cash in local communities
Professor Tony Travers, Director of LSE London, launched our new report Commercial Councils.
Localis will host the second of our Chatham House roundtable discussions on the council workforce of the future in Manchester.