Be the Voice, by Professor Andrew Gray
In his message to the European Group of Public Administration shortly before his death in July, Chris Pollitt referred to […]
Why it is important you come – An Outsider’s Perspective
When I was asked to help organise the JUC’s Centenary Event the facts I considered were these; could I organise […]
Who Cares? Ian C. Elliott
No-one cares anymore. About anything. At least, nothing that really matters. It’s all style and no substance. It’s all cost-cutting, […]
Why I am going: by David Walker Contributing Editor, Guardian Public Network
We know what the problems are – austerity, contracting, market inflection, techno-determinism, misalignment of funding and need. And so on. […]
Social Work Education Under Attack?
So here’s a challenge – when was this written? “Social work education is under attack, and not only from financial […]
States of Change:Why Attend?
Why attend? In the late 1980s, I knew what a public servant was. I was a civil servant then and, […]