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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…

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The cost of borrowing

Posted in BlogBlog | May 13, 2014

I will start by stating something that sounds a bit strange: it is very expensive to be poor. This is not a new phenomena, Jesus threw the moneylenders out of the temple because they were taking advantage of the poor….

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Review 24

The Autumn 2013 edition of Review is packed with all the latest news from the Bevan Foundation. It features an article on the implications of poor diet and hunger in Wales by Kevin Morgan, Professor at the School of Planning…

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Can public services co-operate?

Posted in BlogBlog | Feb 06, 2014

Richard Sennett’s Together: the rituals, pleasures and politics of co-operation (2012) is one of those books that’s so full of acute observations, surprising examples and novel connections that it stays long in the memory and sparks all kinds of thoughts,…

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Services – not lines on the map

Posted in BlogBlog | Jan 20, 2014

Today’s report from the Williams Commission has – as was widely expected – recommended that Wales’s 22 local authorities merge into between 10 and 12. Anyone who worked in local government in the mid 1990s will surely experience a sense…

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