A Golden Decade of Opportunity for Birmingham begins

Leader of Birmingham City Council Cllr Ian Ward talks about the golden decade of opportunity for the city.

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Helping to keep your loved ones safe at Christmas

Dr Justin Varney, director of public health at Birmingham City Council, offers advice about how to help keep loved ones safe this Christmas:

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Learning the importance of children's rights

Cllr Jayne Francis, cabinet member for education, skills and culture, talks about how all our children can learn about how to respect human rights:

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International Migrants Day – Birmingham’s continuing commitment as a City of Sanctuary

Ahead of International Migrants Day, Cllr John Cotton looks at how Birmingham continues to honour its commitments as a City of Sanctuary, following Cabinet’s approval of plans to resettle 220 Afghan refugees.

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Leader's blog: Celebrating the beating heart of Birmingham

Cllr Ian Ward, Leader of Birmingham City Council, reflects on how the Birmingham Awards 2021 celebrated the 'beating heart' of our city.

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Leader's Blog: Levelling-Up Birmingham

Leader of Birmingham City Council, Cllr Ian Ward, talks about the council's vision for levelling-up the city:

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Violence, harassment and abuse of women and girls will never be tolerated in our city

2021 marks the 30th anniversary of the UN’s international 16 Days of Action campaign against gender-based violence. Cllr John Cotton looks at how Birmingham is working towards making its public spaces safer for everyone.

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BCC launches #Haveyoursay events on selective licensing scheme for private sector accommodation

Cllr Shabrana Hussain talks about proposals for a licensing scheme for privately rented housing:

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COP26 - what it means for Birmingham

Cllr Ian Ward discusses the COP26 conference in Glasgow and what Birmingham is doing to tackle the climate crisis

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Welcoming the government's SEND commissioner and working with families and carers

Cllr Sharon Thompson welcomes the new SEND commissioner to Birmingham and talks about how the council will work with all partners to improve services for children with additional needs.

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