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Three year strategy launched

March 2nd 2015

The Bevan Foundation’s new strategy, designed to identify and provide solutions to the significant challenges facing Wales by 2020, is launched today, 2nd March 2015. The strategy includes exciting plans for 2015/16, including: Wales 2020 – a look at the Read more »

Statement on independence and neutrality

February 4th 2015

The Bevan Foundation is independent of all political parties in everything it does, and endeavours to ensure that it is perceived to be independent by the general public. From time to time it campaigns and engages with the political arena Read more »


Current Projects

Towards Wales without poverty

The Bevan Foundation is working with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to produce an evidenced anti-poverty strategy for all age groups in Wales and the UK.  The project is looking at: What measures of poverty should be used? What would a Wales Read more »

Specialist care for terminally ill people

Every year in Wales about 32,000 people die, many of them from conditions that cannot be ‘cured’ but which do need some sort of specialist care to manage symptoms such as pain or dehydration. Our research with Marie Curie Wales Read more »

Gender Equality Briefings

The Bevan Foundation is working with the Women’s Equality Network Wales to produce four briefings on the position of women in Wales, covering: women as carers women and diversity women, poverty and economic violence what devolution didn’t do for women Read more »


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Review 26 Cover 300 x 400

Review 26

Review no. 26 features some challenging articles on public service reform, local democracy and engaging with people – public bodies in Wales sadly have a long way to go. We also take a look at the relationship between work and health, reveal the perverse impact Read more »

Review 25

The Spring 2014 issue of Review is packed with all of the latest news from the Bevan Foundation. It features an article on Human Rights and Devolution by Wayne David. An article on how local communities work together to support others Read more »

Other Publications

Community-based approaches to tackling poverty

The Bevan Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Foundation have jointly submitted evidence to the fourth strand of the National Assembly for Wales’s Communities, Equality and Local Goverment Committee’s Inquiry into Poverty. The evidence draws on recent research undertaken by both organisations. Read more »

Child Poverty Strategy – response to Welsh Government

The Bevan Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Foundation have submitted a joint response to the Welsh Government’s consultation on its Child Poverty Strategy. The response addresses the questions asked in the consultation, including: whether the goal of eradicating child poverty by Read more »

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