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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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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 »

Review 25

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 together to support others Read more »

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Other Publications

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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