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Who runs Wales?

As Assembly Members get ready to decide whether to support the latest Wales Bill, Victoria Winckler looks at the question of ‘who runs Wales’? Who runs Wales is the title of a tri-annual publication by the Equality and Human Rights Read more »

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We did it!

January 4th 2017

Our appeal to raise funds to help create a better future for young people has reached its target of £5,000! Thanks to the generosity of many individuals and organisations we raised £4,882.50 online and a further £307 in off-donations, making Read more »

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Exchange – Issue 6

It’s been almost five months since the UK voted to leave the EU. As the initial shock of the referendum result dies down, the latest edition of Exchange looks at the impact that Brexit could have on Wales. Our contributors Read more »

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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After PISA: A way forward for education in Wales?

In ‘After PISA: A way forward for education in Wales?’, Professor David Egan identifies poverty – and the impact that this has on achievement – as the major challenge facing Wales’ education system. In the report, he calls on education policymakers to Read more »

The future of Attendance Allowance in Wales

This report explores the future of Attendance Allowance in Wales after it was identified by the UK Government as a possible candidate for devolution. Attendance Allowance is claimed by people aged 65+ who need help caring for themselves because of a Read more »

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