Monthly Archives: October 2020

Paul Morris – Action Learning on Covid-19: A Scottish Perspective

6th October, 2020 / Andrew

Like the rest of the world, every aspect of daily life in Scotland has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The response to the virus has been seen at all levels of government: local, Scottish and UK, as well as internationally. Health is a matter entirely devolved to Scotland and the national leadership in this ...

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Fiona Gibson – Action Learning on Covid-19: A Welsh Perspective

6th October, 2020 / Andrew

The Welsh Government is responsible for the public health response to the coronavirus pandemic in Wales. The nature of the devolution settlement in the UK has allowed for a nuanced approach to managing the pandemic. On 15 May, the Welsh Government published Unlocking our Society and Economy: Continuing the Conversation, the national framework for moving ...

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