Localis is an independent think-tank dedicated to issues related to politics, public service reform and localism. We carry out innovative research, hold events and facilitate an ever growing network of members to stimulate and challenge the current orthodoxy of the governance of the UK.
Established in 2001, our work promotes neo-localist ideas and concepts through research, events and commentary, covering a range of local and national domestic policy issues.
As a working concept, neo-localism is about giving places and people more control over the effects of globalisation. It is concerned by economic prosperity, but also enhancing other aspects of people’s lives such as family and culture. It is not anti-globalisation, but wants to bend the mainstream of social and economic policy so that place is put at the centre of political thinking.
In particular our work is focused on four areas:
This latest report from UK think tank Localis looks at the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012. The Public Services…Read more
This event, hosted by UK think tank Localis will discuss if there is a genuine role for community-led development under…More Info
This event, posted by UK think tank Localis will discuss how changes to government funding and investment choices might benefit…More Info
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