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In addition, our flagship magazine, Bevan Review, has the best comment, analysis and debate about social justice in Wales – it is available 3 times a year exclusively to members in hard copy or online.   


Rethinking poverty

Posted in PublicationsPublications | Nov 04, 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…

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Review 25

Posted in PublicationsPublications | Jul 04, 2014 |

        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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Overview of Indebtedness in Wales

Posted in PublicationsPublications | Jun 13, 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…

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Adults Learning

Posted in PublicationsPublications | May 02, 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…

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Review 24

Posted in PublicationsPublications | Apr 04, 2014 |

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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