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A childcare revolution in Wales

February 1st 2005

This study looks at the links between childcare and poverty which it finds to be complex and powerful – it reviews the current provision of childcare places in Wales and explores the role of childcare in enabling parents to work […] »

Annual Lecture 2004: Poverty and Social Exclusion

June 1st 2004

In 2004 Ruth Lister, Professor of social policy at Loughborough University, gave the third Aneurin Bevan memorial lecture – ‘Poverty and Social Exclusion: Recognition and Respect’ – sponsored by the Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation. Following in the footsteps of Gordon […] »

Regional Pay, Regional Poverty?

April 30th 2004

The pay of thousands of public sector workers in Wales is set by UK-wide pay agreements which determine the rate for the job – however, all that could change with proposals to determine pay on a regional basis, so that pay no longer depends […] »

In Print

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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 »

Webinar: A Welsh Windrush? Settled status for EU migrants

People from the EU who wish to remain in Wales must apply for ‘settled status’. Presenter:  Dr Claire Thomas, Policy & Research Officer at the Bevan Foundation Panel: Una Boyd Immigration project coordinator from CAJ and Wiard Sterk, Information manager […] »