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Find out more about how we’re changing Wales and the UK, through reports in the media, debate in the National Assembly for Wales and UK Parliament, and informing expert thinking.  


What does Brexit mean for Merthyr?

July 20th 2016

Bevan Foundation Director, Dr Victoria Winckler has called for a fresh approach to economic development in Wales following the Brexit vote. Speaking to Merthyr Tydfil Business Club on 19th July about how the vote to leave the EU could affect businesses Read more »

Lords Report quotes Bevan Foundation

May 25th 2016

The House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution has published its report on the Union and Devolution, an in-depth analysis of the potential impact of recent developments in devolution on the UK union. The Bevan Foundation gave oral evidence Read more »

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Concerns about draft 2016-17 Welsh budget

January 14th 2016

The Bevan Foundation’s Director, will today, 14th January 2016, give evidence to the National Assembly for Wales’ inquiry into the Welsh Government’s draft budget for 2016-17. The Foundation’s written evidence to the Committee, available here, expresses concern that there is Read more »

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Exchange – Issue 5

Essential summer reading on Brexit, the election and more, exclusively for Bevan Foundation subscribers. The latest edition of Exchange looks at where we want Wales to be and what we should have achieved in five years time. It’s been a Read more »

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Exchange – Issue 4

The spring edition of Exchange is out today! The fourth edition of our exclusive magazine sets the direction for the Fifth Assembly. We invited experts and practitioners from areas including social policy, health and housing to tell us what they think the biggest challenges facing Read more »

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Fair Pay: a Living Wage Wales

Low pay in Wales is widespread, with approximately one in four workers earning less than the Living Wage. This report explores the problem of low pay in Wales. It considers the benefits and risks of the Living Wage and what this Read more »

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