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Your chance to make devolved Wales fairer

May 7th 2019

Devolution has brought great change to Wales over the past 20 years, but it hasn’t got rid of inequality.

That’s why, in the month Wales marks #Devolution20, we’re inviting more people to support our campaign for #AFairerWales.

Devolved Wales and the Bevan Foundation go back a long way.

We’re pleased to have played a part since the very early years of devolution, finding solutions to challenges facing Wales and shaping policies that have made a real difference to people’s lives.

Our recent commentary from Dr Victoria Winckler provides a few of many examples.

But there’s much more to be done to make a devolved Wales a fairer Wales.

Today we’re calling for more people to join us in our mission to stamp out inequality in Wales.

Support our campaign for #AFairerWales today »

Our independent, charitable status means we can make the innovative recommendations which are fundamental for devolution to work without fear or favour. But it also means we’re reliant on the support of a great many individuals.

We urgently need more people to keep making a difference

Greater support from individuals and organisations will help us speak out for everyone in Wales, no matter who they are or where they’re from, to create greater equality over the next 20 years.

Devolution gives Wales the power to decide its future – with the necessary support we can make it a fair one.

Support our campaign for #AFairerWales today »


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