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Deputy Minister recognises contribution to policy development

September 23rd 2020

The Welsh Government has committed to working with the Bevan Foundation for a fairer, more equal Wales


Jane Hutt MS

In our recent webinar, Jane Hutt, Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, thanked the Bevan Foundation for its contribution to policy development. She also gave special mention to our work with partners including the Third Sector.

The webinar, ‘EU migrants: What makes Wales my Home’, coincided with the launch of our new project booklet which shares some of the experiences of EU migrants living in Swansea, including what they like about living in Wales, their shared values and concerns about living in Wales, how settled they feel and to what extent they call Wales their home.

During her talk, the Minister also paid tribute to the work we have done looking at issues relating to migration and integration in Wales. Setting out the Welsh Government’s commitment to ensure all migrants are welcomed, the Minister was keen to hear about the findings from our ‘What makes Wales my home’ project and the lived experiences of EU citizens living in Wales.

We particularly welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively with the Welsh Government and other partners to ensure that “Wales is a country that celebrates diversity during and after EU withdrawal”.

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