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What We Do

We develop solutions to the key issues facing Wales using evidence, exchange of ideas, innovation and influencing.

Informed exchange

We bring the best thought-leaders to a wider audience, and enable and encourage the exchange of good ideas and best practice in on-line and print articles and at our seminars, conferences and round-table discussions.

Our publications and events are inclusive, thought-provoking and ethical, and are often free of charge.

Innovative solutions

We develop innovative, practical solutions to change Wales and improve people’s lives. They are informed by our evidence and by the exchange of ideas and good practice.

Effective influencing

Our proposals for change are aimed at government and public bodies, the third and private sectors. We will encourage take up of our ideas through engagement with the political arena, comment in the media and on social media, and free access to the majority of our publications.

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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October 22nd 2015

New Taxes for a Better Wales

The ‘New Taxes for a Better Wales’ seminar forms part of our work on Wales’ tax powers and will aim to identify new devolved taxes that could benefit Wales. The event will be opened by the Minister for Finance & Government, Jane Read more »

November 16th 2015

Can Welfare Work for Wales?

The Bevan Foundation invites you to join them as they launch their project looking at the role of welfare in Wales, identifying what works well and the potential for devolving certain social security benefits. The event is the first in a series of debates Read more »