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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.  


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 »

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Exchange March 2015

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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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 »

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Women’s Equality Now: Devolution

Wales has long celebrated its achievements in bringing gender equality into public and political life.  But there are questions about how deep those changes went, and whether they will be sustained in coming years. This briefing highlights what devolution did for women’s representation Read more »

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Women’s Equality Now: Poverty & Economic Violence

Women’s poverty is hidden in the official statistics, which look only at household incomes – ignoring unequal access to resources withing households, the reliance of women on their partners’ income to avoid poverty, and the risks of financial abuse – Read more »

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