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Completed Projects

Find out more about what we’re working on at the moment.  For each project you can find out:

  • the project aims

  • key outputs such as briefings, articles and reports

  • how the project is making a difference

  • the funder(s) and timetable

You can find out about completed projects here 

We also accept commissions – if you’d like to work with us in future please contact us.


Rethinking health inequalities

The Bevan Foundation is working with MacMillan Cancer Support Cymru to consider whether it is time for fresh approaches to reducing health inequalities. There are large differences in people’s health in Wales. On average, a male from the most deprived […] »

The Future of Attendance Allowance

Attendance Allowance is claimed by people aged 65+ who need help caring for themselves because of a disability. The UK Government had announced plans to consult on the devolution of responsibility for Attendance Allowance to Wales – a benefit claimed by more […] »

Can growth sectors reduce poverty?

The Bevan Foundation is working with Birmingham and Coventry Universities and the London School of Economics to find out how employment growth sectors can be harnessed to reduce poverty in Wales. Nearly one in four people of working age in […] »


Current projects »

In Print

Exchange Magazine »

Exchange, Issue 15 Autumn 2019

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! The latest edition of Exchange, Wales’ best policy and politics magazine, provides more insights into the current and important issues in Welsh public life. Our Autumn 2019 article includes: Julie Morgan AM, Deputy Minister […] »

Events »

Project partner seminar: Shared assets, shared resilience

Date: 25 February 2020 Time: 1.30pm-3.30pm Venue: Cynon Valley Museum Trust,  Cost: Free (By invitation only – if you are interested in attending please contact us) What is it about? Community, public and shared assets are a fundamental part of our social […] »