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Exchange, Issue 13 Spring 2019

May 16th 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 spring 2019 edition includes:

  • 🔒 Mark Drakeford, First Minister of Wales, on solving poverty
  • 🔒 Contributions from four leading commentators on their priorities for a new Welsh Government team:
    • Chris Llewellyn, WLGA
    • Nisreen Mansour, Wales TUC
    • Susan Lloyd-Selby, Trussell Trust
    • Debbie Green, Coastal Housing
  • 🔒 Joe Earle on the Foundational Economy
  • 🔒 Derek Walker and Rhian Davies on care co-operatives
  • 🔒 Alicja Zalesinska on housing as a human right
  • 🔒 Karen Grunhut on Housing FirstSa
  • 🔒 Sally Power on curriculum reform
  • 🔒 Suzy Davies AM on diversity
  • 🔒 Sian Gwenllian on second homes
  • 🔒 Alun Michael on policing
  • 🔒 Kathryn Bishop on new devolved taxes
  • 🔒 Ansley Workman on services for visually impaired people
  • 🔒 Lucy Stone on the migration narrative
  • 🔒 Wayne David MP reviewing Aled Eirug’s book ‘The Opposition to the Great War in Wales’
  • as well as news from the Bevan Foundation and subscribers.

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