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Creating an Inclusive Economy in Wales

May 23rd 2018

The Bevan Foundation has joined forces with the Wales Co-operative Centre to develop practical proposals that can help achieve an inclusive economy in Wales, its economic regions and its diverse communities.

Since a majority of people in Wales, as in the UK as a whole, voted to leave the EU, the idea of an inclusive economy has gained ground. Inclusive growth is now at the heart of the Welsh Government’s Economic Action Plan, although detail about what it means and how it will be achieved is, as yet, limited.

The Bevan Foundation has joined forces with the Wales Co-operative Centre to develop practical proposals that can help achieve an inclusive economy in Wales, its economic regions and its diverse communities. This has involved:
• Defining an inclusive economy
• Identifying what an inclusive economy looks like
• Recommending six key steps towards increasing inclusion and prosperity.

This agenda-setting report is sure to change how we think and take action to boost equality and prosperity in the next ten years.

Format: PDF (3.5MB)
Pages: 40
Price: Free
Language:  English or Cymraeg

Click here for the Welsh language report

 

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