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Eisteddfod 2018: Tuag At Gymru Gyfiawn / Towards a Just Wales

July 2nd 2018

Darlith: Jeremy Miles AC, Y Cwnsler Cyffredinol

Gyda chymaint o sialensiau’n wynebu Cymru, yr economi, y gymdeithas, ei diwylliant a’i gwleidyddiaeth, bydd Cwnsler Cyffredinol Cymru, Jeremy Miles, yn gofyn beth all y system gyfiawnder wneud i gynyddu tegwch, cydraddoldeb a ffyniant i bawb.Gan fod Jeremy Miles, AC, yn cael ei ddisgrifio fel ‘un i gadw llygad arno’ yng ngwleidyddiaeth Cymru, mae’r sesiwn ar gychwyn yr Eisteddfod yn sicr o fod yn un i brocio’r meddwl, yn addysgiadol a phleserus.

3.15 – 4.15, Dydd Sadwrn, 4ydd Awst 2018

Pabell y Cymdeithasau 2, Y Senedd, Caerdydd

Mae’r mynediad yn rhad ac am ddim – fydd dim angen tocyn Eisteddfod – ond helpwch ni drwy gofrestru eich bwriad i fynychu ymlaen llaw:

 

Lecture: Jeremy Miles AM, Counsel General

With Wales facing many challenges to its economy, society, culture and politics, Wales’ Counsel General, Jeremy Miles, asks what can the justice system do to increase fairness, equality and prosperity for everyone.  Described as ‘one to watch’ in Welsh politics, this is sure to be a thought-provoking, informative and enjoyable session as the Eisteddfod gets going.

3.15 – 4.15, Saturday, 4th Aug. 2018

Societies 2, The Senedd, Cardiff

Attendance is free – you do not need an Eisteddfod ticket – but please help us by registering in advance by clicking on the link  below.

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