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Islington Council has become the first local authority in the country to ensure that all young people leaving care in the borough are provided with wi-fi broadband access at home for the first 12 months they live independently.
Islington Council has launched a new strategy aimed at tackling inequality, racism and injustice in the borough for both staff and residents, in line with the council’s commitment to building a fairer Islington where everyone, regardless of background, has the opportunity to realise their potential and enjoy a good quality of life.
Rosie Kurnaz has been elected Islington’s new Young Mayor - with Melissa Williamson as Deputy Young Mayor, and Salman Ayadi and Kacper Strek as Islington’s two new London Youth Assembly members.
Rebuilding a fairer society in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic – and supporting those hardest hit by its effects – are the cornerstones of Islington Council’s Budget proposals for the next financial year.
Islington Council announces support package of more than £850,000 to help the most vulnerable through winter
Low-income households and vulnerable people in Islington are set to benefit from a winter support package of more than £850,000 to help ensure they have access to food and fuel when they need it most.
As 2020 draws to a close, we wanted to write to each and every one of Islington’s amazing head teachers, teachers, teaching assistants, school support staff and early years workers to say a heartfelt thank you for all the incredible work you have done over the last year.
Islington Council is leading a £1.6million project to create new opportunities, improve local facilities and unlock the potential in the Cally area for thousands of residents – starting with conversations on improvements to a community centre and West Library.