What we did and the difference we made

November 2nd 2016

Our Annual Review for 2015/16 is now available in both English and in Welsh.

The review sets out who we are and what we do, and provides a summary of what we did over the year from April 2015 to March 2016. Altogether we worked on 6 key projects, and we also achieved:

  • a significant output (5 major reports and 13 briefings or consultations),
  • reached a lot of people (500 delegates at events and 4,000 website hits a month) and
  • influenced key stakeholders in media commentary and evidence to inquiries.


What we did made a real difference to public policy and debate.

Through our work we greatly increased public understanding of some issues, we informed Welsh Government and the National Assembly for Wales and we influenced a wide range of other public sector, third sector and private sector bodies.


The annual review also includes a summary of our income and expenditure for the year, a list of donors and funders giving more than £5,000 during the year and essential information about our board.

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