Buildings and landmarks in Liverpool will be illuminated bright orange on Saturday 25th November, as part of an international campaign aimed at ending gender-based violence.
Liverpool City Council is supporting breast cancer awareness month, and is lighting up civic buildings pink on Friday 20 October.
A search is under way for an Independent Chair for Liverpool Safeguarding Children Partnership.
This week is ‘Early Help Practice Week 2023’, to highlight the work that different organisations can do to support families. Liverpool City Council’s Cabinet Member for Children’s Social Services, Cllr Liz Parsons, explains why it is an area of work that the Council and its partners are very much focused on.
In this blog, kinship carer Joan describes the support she has received from Liverpool City Council and Kinship Carers Liverpool while caring for her three grandchildren under what is known as a Special Guardianship Order, or SGO.
This week the Royal Society for Public Health is promoting the wider public health workforce which is ‘any individual who...
A group of volunteer Police Cadets have delivered thousands of leaflets to residents in Liverpool, to help collect their views on how to reduce serious violence across the region.
We spoke to Gill Hudson, who is celebrating 50 years as a library assistant with Liverpool City Council.