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Where next for the Welsh economy?

May 20th 2020

The coronavirus outbreak has brought unprecedented changes to the Welsh economy. This report outlines the evidence on the impact of the pandemic to date and calls for urgent government action to make Wales’ businesses fit for the future. The coronavirus […] »

Shared ground: integrating migrants in Wales

April 22nd 2020

Wales is becoming a more diverse society, yet while many celebrate this there is little discussion about how to successfully manage the impact of population change. The Welsh Government is responsible for the broad range of policies that support integration […] »

Learning a living, better support for post 16 learners

February 7th 2020

The Welsh Government provides vital support with the cost of living and education for young people from low income families who are in post-16 education. These schemes are administered by further education colleges, local authorities and Student Finance Wales on […] »

The case for a Welsh Benefits System

February 5th 2020

The support available for low income families has a significant impact on their likelihood of living in poverty. The Bevan Foundation’s latest publication sets out the clear case for establishing a Welsh Benefits System. The social security system provides a […] »

Trapped: poverty amongst women in Wales today

December 18th 2019

Poverty amongst women is widespread yet it is hidden by the way that poverty is measured, with limited action taken to address it. This report, prepared for Chwarae Teg, lifts the lid on women’s experiences of poverty and makes some […] »

Anchor Towns

November 28th 2019

In this paper we advocate that a limited number of suitable towns be developed in a new concept: anchor towns. Anchor towns have particular potential in the south Wales valleys but we see scope to roll-out the concept across Wales. […] »

Access to GP services by older people

November 5th 2019

GP services are a lifeline for older people, but more and more are finding it difficult to access them. This timely report with Age Alliance Wales looks at the evidence and listens to older people’s experiences. It urges the Welsh […] »

In Print

Exchange Magazine »

Exchange Issue 16, Spring 2020

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! The latest edition of Exchange, Wales’ best policy and politics magazine, provides more insights into the current and important issues in Welsh public life. Exchange is normally available exclusively to subscribers but in the […] »

Events »

Poverty in Wales; Child poverty

Webinar: Is it time for a Universal Basic Income in Wales?

The outbreak of Coronavirus has prompted calls for a Universal Basic Income to be introduced in Wales. Join our webinar to find out more about the idea, its pluses and pitfalls. Date:  10th June 2020 Time:  3pm Speakers: Ian Gough, […] »