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Best Institute For Government podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Institute For Government podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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How can we make government work more effectively? What are Brexit and the current political tumult doing to our institutions? Is Britain's Constitution able to withstand the strains of 21st Century social, political and technical change? What needs to change in our system of government – and how can we change it? Find out in the weekly podcast from Britain’s leading governmental think tank, where we analyse the latest events in politics and explain what they mean. Every week on INSIDE BRIEFI ...
 
The world is changing in ways scarcely imaginable only a few months ago. As government reconfigures itself to deal with new challenges, the IfG will continue to bring together politicians, senior civil servants, academics, analysts and experts – wherever they’re located – for penetrating virtual debate and discussion on an unpredictable era for governments across the world. From the way the centre of government handles a crisis – on top of an ambitious agenda – to policy making and successfu ...
 
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The Government’s emergency lockdown of Greater Manchester took the public by surprise and left them confused and resentful. Special guest Jennifer Williams of the Manchester Evening News describes the disarray and what Government needs to fix, fast. Plus: How fit were public services for coronavirus? Not very, says a new IfG report. What needs to h…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. The merger of DfID and the FCO into the new Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) is one of the biggest shake-ups in UK foreign policy in decades. How will it affect future foreign and development policy, particularly in the world of Coronavirus? What are its implications for the aid bu…
 
The Government’s emergency Spanish quarantine: decisive action, poor planning or a failure to understand what working life is really like? With the inevitable Public Inquiry into Coronavirus now confirmed, special guest Sir Lawrence Freedman – emeritus professor of War Studies at Kings College London and a former member of the Iraq War inquiry – te…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. How have journalists approached reporting on the Government’s response to Coronavirus? Where does the balance lie between reporting the Government’s message and identifying its failings, potentially undermining its effectiveness? How have journalists coped with the logistics of reporting under lockdo…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. Negotiations with the EU are far from over. The UK and the EU may or may not reach a deal by the end of the year, and key issues on state aid and fisheries are yet to be resolved. Both sides also need to implement the Withdrawal Agreement in full. During the Article 50 negotiations, Parliament played…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. Michael Gove has called for Government decision-makers to be spread across the country, from Mansfield to Middlesbrough to Merthyr Tydfil. He won’t be the first to have tried to move policy makers out of London. So why have past efforts not worked as hoped? What can the Government do differently this…
 
Reforming the Civil Service is the biggest of Big Asks. Can Dominic Cummings pull off his radical plans in the middle of a once-in-a-century health crisis? And do we need fewer “fixers” who change jobs a lot, and more long-term experts? Plus, the Russia Report: what went wrong in protecting the integrity of our elections? Who should feel most embar…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. Jonathan Slater, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Education and Head of the Policy Profession, talks to Bronwen Maddox, Director of the Institute for Government. We would like to thank Oracle for kindly sponsoring this event. #IfGcivilservice See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. How should the Civil Service measure performance – of individuals and of work programmes? What is the role of the Treasury and how can it get better at it? What data does should government be collecting and how can it best use it? Does the Civil Service need to get better at evaluation? Dr Gemma Tetl…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. How can the Civil Service recruit, retain and reward the right people? What needs to change on pay and opportunities for promotion to reduce staff turnover? What skills and expertise do civil servants need? What type of quantitative skills should the Civil Service develop and where do they need to be…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. What makes this round of Civil Service reform different from efforts that have gone before? What’s missing from the plans and where is this government getting it wrong? The Government’s targets aren’t new, so why do the same issues keep coming up? How do you actually get the Civil Service to change? …
 
Negotiations with the EU are far from over. The UK and the EU may or may not reach a deal by the end of the year, and key issues on state aid and fisheries are yet to be resolved.Both sides also need to implement the Withdrawal Agreement in full. During the Article 50 negotiations, parliament played a prominent role in debating – and voting on – th…
 
Michael Gove has called for government decision makers to be spread across the country: from Mansfield to Middlesbrough to Merthyr Tydfil. He won’t be the first to have tried to move policy makers out of London. So why have past efforts not worked as hoped? What can the government do differently this time? And will shifting civil servants around th…
 
How should the civil service measure performance – of individuals and of work programmes? What is the role of the Treasury and how can it get better at it? What data does should government be collecting and how can it best use it? Does the civil service need to get better at evaluation?Panellists:Lord Macpherson, former Permanent Secretary at HM Tr…
 
How can the civil service recruit, retain and reward the right people? What needs to change on pay and opportunities for promotion to reduce staff turnover? What skills and expertise do civil servants need? What type of quantitative skills should the civil service be developing and where do they need to be deployed? What are the barriers to recruit…
 
What makes this round of civil service reform different from efforts that have gone before? What’s missing from the plans and where is this government getting it wrong? The government’s targets aren’t new – why do the same issues keep coming up? How do you actually get the civil service to change? What can government learn from past rounds of civil…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. Former Health and Foreign Secretary JEREMY HUNT talks to Bronwen Maddox, Director of the Institute for Government. From the earliest stages of the Coronavirus pandemic Jeremy Hunt, Chair of the Health and Social Care Select Committee, has raised concerns about the Government’s response. What are the …
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. Special advisers play an essential role throughout government, but is their role about to change? With the government altering the way that “SPADs” are employed and organised, and the extent to which they report to Number 10, special advisers could find themselves under increased scrutiny. Tim Durran…
 
The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome former health and foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt.From the earliest stages of the coronavirus pandemic, Jeremy Hunt, Chair of the Health and Social Care Select Committee, has raised concerns about the government’s response. He discussed where the government has made mistakes, where it has made imp…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer ANNELIESE DODDS MP joins IfG Director Bronwen Maddox to discuss the government’s economic response to Coronavirus, the implications of Rishi Sunak’s emergency fiscal measures, and what should be done to help businesses and individuals as the furlough scheme and lock…
 
Special advisers play an essential role throughout government. But is their role about to change? With the government altering the way that special advisers are employed, how they are organised across government departments, and the extent to which they report to Number 10, special advisers – and the role play – could find themselves under increase…
 
The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Anneliese Dodds MP for an in conversation event with Bronwen Maddox, Director of the Institute for Government.They discussed the government’s economic response to the coronavirus, the implications of Rishi Sunak’s emergency fiscal measures, and what should…
 
Britain’s decision to rip out Huawei kit from our mobile network by 2027 has set the Government on a collision course with China. Who forced this decision: Washington, the security establishment or the Government’s own backbenchers? And what does this change of posture towards a powerful trading nation mean for Brexit? The BBC’s Security Correspond…
 
This is an audio recording of an IfG Live Event. With the Government adamant that the UK will not seek to extend transition from EU trading arrangements, it is more important than ever that businesses are prepared for a dramatic change in trading conditions. However with many firms reeling from the economic effects of lockdown, preparing for the en…
 
The deadline for extending the Brexit transition period has now passed. Agreement or no agreement, the government insists that the UK will not seek more time beyond the end of the year. With less than six months to go, it is more important than ever that businesses are prepared for a dramatic change in trading conditions.However, over the past few …
 
Is Rishi Sunak’s colossal £30bn package of jobs stimulus, training subsidy, VAT cuts and stamp duty changes be enough to stave off a COVID crash? And will his Mega Meal Deal make a difference to the comatose cafe and restaurant industry? Special guest Rupert Harrison, a portfolio manager at Blackrock and previously Chief of Staff to former chancell…
 
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