How past 'journeys to justice' can help inspire future generations

Cllr John Cotton, Cabinet Member for Social Inclusion, Community Safety and Equalities looks at the impact the US civil rights movement had on Birmingham’s communities.

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Why apprenticeships today offer so much variety

Cllr Jayne Francis, cabinet member for education skills and culture, talks about the great opportunities on offer for apprentices and employers

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Why we're promoting local apprenticeships

As National Apprenticeship Week 2020 (February 3-7) gets underway, Cllr Tristan Chatfield, Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources, writes on a new council policy that aims to boost the prospects of potential apprentices from Birmingham…

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Setting the wheels in motion for a greener city

Cllr Waseem Zaffar, Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment, reflects on the achievements of the council’s Birmingham Cycle Revolution to date

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HS2: Don’t betray the Midlands and the North

With a decision on the future of HS2 imminent, council leader Cllr Ian Ward argues that the project must be completed in its entirety to rebalance the UK economy.

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Chamberlain Awards for adult social care staff

Cllr Paulette Hamilton, cabinet member for health and social care, shines a light on some worthy award winners.

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Working together to prevent suicide

Cllr Paulette Hamilton, cabinet member for health and social care, talks about the importance of working together in every community to prevent suicide, as she asks the city council to endorse the Birmingham Suicide Prevention Strategy.

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Meeting the future transport needs of our city

Councillor Waseem Zaffar, Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment, talks about the work the council will be doing to create a more sustainable, future-proof transport network in the city

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Why it is important to pass on our learning

Cllr Paulette Hamilton talks about her meeting with a delegation from South Korea, who came to Birmingham to hear about the city council's approach to improvements in health and social care.

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Almost five million pounds for charities helping people live independent lives

Cllr Paulette Hamilton, cabinet member for health and social care, talks about the importance of supporting a wide range of charities and third sector groups across the city.

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