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  • Exchange – Wales’ best policy and politics magazine

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Kids on the breadline: solutions to holiday hunger

May 7th 2019

School holidays put severe pressure on low income families. Losing free school meals and the high costs of food, childcare and holiday treats mean many families struggle to make ends meet.  For some, this means skipping meals or living off […] »

Human Rights, Equality and Well-being

February 18th 2019

Following from the last two briefings on incorporation of human rights and accountability and enforcement of human rights, the last in the series discusses the relationship between human rights, equality and well-being. Throughout February the Bevan Foundation has published three […] »

Human Rights: Accountability and Enforcement

February 11th 2019

Following last week’s briefing on incorporation of human rights into Welsh law, Dr Simon Hoffman explains how incorporation supports accountability for, and enforcement of human rights. Last week, Associate Professor at Swansea University, Dr Simon Hoffman, discussed incorporation of international […] »

In Print

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Exchange, Issue 14 Summer 2019

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! The latest edition of Exchange, Wales’ best policy and politics magazine, brings together a fantastic range of contributors that delve into some of the most current and important issues in Welsh public life. Our […] »

Events »

Live chat on child poverty

What causes child poverty in Wales? Why should we care about it? And what can be done to reduce it? We invite you to join us this Thursday, International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, as we address these questions […] »