Review 26

Bevan Foundation
Exchange MagazineResourcesDecember 4th, 2014

Review no. 26 features some challenging articles on public service reform, local democracy and engaging with people – public bodies in Wales sadly have a long way to go.

We also take a look at the relationship between work and health, reveal the perverse impact of hospital waiting time targets on eye health, and take stock of recent developments in education policy.

And it that is not enough, we highlight the importance of taking poverty into account in city regions, consider the impact of the Scottish independence referendum on Welsh politics and take a look at the role of museums in promoting equality.

And to round off, our featured ‘key word’ in this issue is ‘needs’, there’s a news section bringing you up to date with our activities, and our new chair, Vivienne Sugar, has the last word setting out her vision for the Bevan Foundation.

In this issue:

  • Peter Kelly, Poverty Alliance
  • Michael Trickey, Wales Public Services 2025
  • Graham Benfield, formerly WCVA
  • Professor Dame Carol Black
  • Ceri Jackson, RNIB Cymru
  • David Egan, Wales Centre for Educational Equity
  • Josh Stott, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Daran Hill, Positif Group
  • Jennifer Steward, Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Gideon Calder, University of South Wales

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