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Solving poverty: pipe dream or policy goal?

In the week of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, Victoria Winckler asks if ending poverty is just a pipe dream or if it is a realistic goal for public policy. This Thursday, 17th October, is the UN’s […] »

Living in the cold

As part of the Bevan Foundation’s #joinagainstpoverty campaign, Steffan Evans reflects on why the Welsh Government did not succeed in its aims of eradicating fuel poverty by 2018. As the nights draw in and temperatures drop, many of us will […] »

News »

Where next for civil society?

October 15th 2019

The Bevan Foundation and Electoral Reform Society Cymru joined forces last week to discuss the future of civil society in Wales. Devolution has transformed Wales’ institutions, but there have been fewer changes in the last 20 years in Welsh civil […] »


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Support Schemes for Low Income Families

The support available for low income families has a significant impact on their likelihood of living in poverty. This project sets out to better understand how that support is made available in Wales. Poverty is a significant problem in Wales. […] »


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Exchange Magazine »

Exchange, Issue 14 Summer 2019

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! The latest edition of Exchange, Wales’ best policy and politics magazine, brings together a fantastic range of contributors that delve into some of the most current and important issues in Welsh public life. Our […] »

Events »

Live chat on child poverty

What causes child poverty in Wales? Why should we care about it? And what can be done to reduce it? We invite you to join us this Thursday, International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, as we address these questions […] »