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Wales’ poor still with us

Victoria Winckler looks at the latest figures on poverty which show that there’s been little change for thousands of people in Wales. The latest figures on poverty – defined as people living in households with incomes less than 60% of Read more »

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What does Brexit mean for Merthyr?

July 20th 2016

Bevan Foundation Director, Dr Victoria Winckler has called for a fresh approach to economic development in Wales following the Brexit vote. Speaking to Merthyr Tydfil Business Club on 19th July about how the vote to leave the EU could affect businesses Read more »

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Can growth sectors reduce poverty?

The Bevan Foundation is working with Warwick and Coventry Universities to find out how growth sectors can be harnessed to reduce poverty. Nearly one in four people of working age in Wales —lives on a low household income.  While working Read more »

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Making Welfare Work for Wales

Social security benefits play a huge role in the welfare and well being of people in Wales. Around one in six people of working age receive some form of benefit from the Department of Work and Pensions, and many more Read more »

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Bron Afon mother & child

Wales’ poor still with us

Victoria Winckler looks at the latest figures on poverty which show that there’s been little change for thousands of people in Wales. The latest figures on poverty – defined as people living in households with incomes less than 60% of Read more »

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Exchange – Issue 5

Essential summer reading on Brexit, the election and more, exclusively for Bevan Foundation subscribers. The latest edition of Exchange looks at where we want Wales to be and what we should have achieved in five years time. It’s been a Read more »

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Exchange – Issue 4

The spring edition of Exchange is out today! The fourth edition of our exclusive magazine sets the direction for the Fifth Assembly. We invited experts and practitioners from areas including social policy, health and housing to tell us what they think the biggest challenges facing Read more »

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Summary Briefing: Poverty

The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions’ Households Below Average Income survey show that low household incomes continue to be a significant problem in Wales. In the three years to 2014/15, more than one in five people Read more »

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