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Community-based approaches to tackling poverty

February 6th 2015

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 »

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Is it all about money?

January 16th 2015

At the Carnegie Challenge Debate organised by the Bevan Foundation with the generous support of the Carnegie UK Trust, Peter Kelly, Director of Scotland’s Poverty Alliance, set out his ideas and proposals for change. His presentation was published in our Read more »

Rethinking poverty

November 4th 2014

Rethinking poverty: implications for action ‘Tackling poverty’ has a very high political priority in Wales, said to be ‘number one’ by the First Minister and other Ministers alike.  With the number of people in poverty set to rise, this commitment is Read more »

Review of bus policy

July 31st 2014

In early 2014, the Director of the Bevan Foundation, Victoria Winckler, was asked by the Welsh Minister for Transport to chair a group to review its policies on buses.  The group consisted of bus operators, local authorities and passenger representatives, Read more »

Overview of Indebtedness in Wales

June 13th 2014

The Bevan Foundation has completed an overview of indebtedness in Wales for the Public Policy Institute Wales, the body based at Cardiff University which provides independent evidence to Welsh Government Ministers.     The review finds that 16% of the Read more »

Adults Learning

May 2nd 2014

Dr Victoria Winckler’s article in the Spring edition of the NIACE Adults Learning magazine, looks at the link between adult learning and poverty in Wales. Dr Winckler suggests, that the fact that most people who live in poverty in Wales 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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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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