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Henrietta Moore: The new unitary authorities should be outriders for further devolution

"Working with a team of citizen social scientists and community organisations we co-created a completely new definition of ‘prosperity’ "

Published: Tuesday 20 July, 2021



Adopting a citizen-scientist based model could give local people greater ownership and voice, writes the director of the Institute for Global Prosperity and the chair in culture, philosophy and design at University College London.

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