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Find out more about how we’re changing Wales and the UK, through reports in the media, debate in the National Assembly for Wales and UK Parliament, and informing expert thinking.  

Director addresses Tax Forum

November 19th 2015

The Bevan Foundation’s Director, Victoria Winckler, will today address the Welsh Government’s Tax Forum. The Forum enables discussion between tax professionals and other interested people and organisations and the Welsh Government, as Wales enters an new phase in its fiscal Read more »

Annual review 2

What we did in 2014/15

October 27th 2015

The Bevan Foundation’s annual review for 2014/15 is now available to download. It sets how how we continued to make a difference and fulfil our charitable purpose by publishing influential reports and briefings, hosting seminars, lectures and discussions, and sharing valuable Read more »

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In Print

Members' Magazine

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Exchange – Issue 2

Exchange no. 2 has some of the best summer reading around! The issue kicks off with an inspiring article on the ‘common good’ by Steve Wyler, followed by hard hitting pieces on gambling by Mick Antoniw AM, the need for Read more »


Exchange – Issue 1

Our new magazine for members puts all those working for social justice in Wales in touch with each other. With a fresh new look, new features and columnists and a focus on ideas and best practice, Exchange  offers:  opportunities to Read more »

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Other Publications

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Can welfare work for Wales? Baseline Report

The social security system is changing rapidly in Wales, with some surprising recent trends. This short report sets out the key statistics on the main groups of social security benefit claimants, covering: the number of claimants recent trends characteristics of Read more »


Tax Credits in Wales: Summary Briefing

The current debate about Tax Credits matters to more than a quarter of a million families in Wales who receive some sort of payment. They also matter to 384,300 children who live in families receiving Tax Credits – around half Read more »

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