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Exchange Issue 12, Winter 2018

October 30th 2018

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine!

The latest edition of Exchange, Wales’ best policy and politics magazine that is exclusively for supporters of the Bevan Foundation brings together a fantastic range of contributors that delve into some of the most current and important issues in Welsh public life.

Our winter edition includes:

  • ? Adam Price AM and Paul Davies AM, newly-elected leaders of Plaid Cymru and the Welsh Conservatives, each set out how they would solve poverty if they were First Minister.
  • ? Katie Palmer (programme manager at Food Sense Wales) sets out how changes to who can claim a free school meal is an opportunity to put children’s nutrition first.
  • ? Lucy Stone (Policy and Research officer at the Bevan Foundation) discusses proposed changes to immigration policy after Brexit and what they could mean for Wales.
  • ? Sarah Stone (Samaritans Executive Director for Wales) tells us how compassion and
    the simple acts of talking and listening can really change and save lives.
  • ? Bleddyn Lake (Campaigns and Development Manager at Friends of the Earth Cymru) explains how Wales is looking forward to a frack-free future.
  • ? Sarah Sweeney (Diverse Cymru) outlines why it is important to have diversity in politics.

Get all of this and more including more articles, and the latest news, publications and events from the Bevan Foundation and our subscribers here!

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