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Our publications set the agenda with their high quality insights, analysis and practical solutions.  Check out:

  • our reports and consultation responses – below

  • our exclusive State of Wales briefings

  • Exchange – Wales’ best policy and politics magazine

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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 […] »

Poverty in Wales 2018

March 7th 2018

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s latest report provides an up-to-date analysis on the current status of poverty in Wales The report looks back over the last twenty years, examining the poverty trends in Wales, comparing Wales with the rest of the […] »

The Future of Doing Good in Wales

January 10th 2018

Wales is at a crossroads. Many people and organisations face very real social, economic, cultural and environmental challenges, as well as having to cope with significant political and financial uncertainty. To stimulate discussion about these changes, the Big Lottery Fund has been looking across […] »

In Print

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Exchange Issue 16, Spring 2020

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! This issue of Exchange provides more insights into the current and important issues in Welsh public life. This issue includes articles : Sally Holland, Children’s Commissioner for Wales, on the challenges faced by children […] »

Events »

Webinar: EU migrants – ‘What makes Wales my home’

Around 80,000 people born in the EU live in Wales. Since moving here, many EU migrants have put down roots, developed a sense of Welsh identity and now regard Wales as their home. However, some face hostility and prejudice. This […] »