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Community-based approaches to tackling poverty

February 6th 2015

The Bevan Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Foundation have jointly submitted evidence to the fourth strand of the National Assembly for Wales’s Communities, Equality and Local Goverment Committee’s Inquiry into Poverty. The evidence draws on recent research undertaken by both organisations. Read more »

Is it all about money?

January 16th 2015

At the Carnegie Challenge Debate organised by the Bevan Foundation with the generous support of the Carnegie UK Trust, Peter Kelly, Director of Scotland’s Poverty Alliance, set out his ideas and proposals for change. His presentation was published in our Read more »

Rethinking poverty

November 4th 2014

‘Tackling poverty’ has a very high political priority in Wales, said to be ‘number one’ by the First Minister and other Ministers alike.  With the number of people in poverty set to rise, this commitment is very welcome. But behind Read more »

Review of bus policy

July 31st 2014

  In early 2014, the Director of the Bevan Foundation, Victoria Winckler, was asked by the Welsh Minister for Transport to chair a group to review its policies on buses.  This report is sets out the group’s recommendations. The group Read more »

Overview of Indebtedness in Wales

June 13th 2014

Debt is a problem for about one in seven of the Welsh population. This overview of debt in Wales was commissioned by the Public Policy Institute Wales, to advise Welsh Ministers of the scale of the issue.   The review Read more »

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Exchange – Issue 7

‘Resilient communities’ is a phrase that’s been hard to avoid in recent months and is central to the discussions about the future of Communities First.  Great though it sounds, it is much less clear what resilience means or how it Read more »

Exchange – Issue 6

It’s been almost five months since the UK voted to leave the EU. As the initial shock of the referendum result dies down, the latest edition of Exchange looks at the impact that Brexit could have on Wales. Our contributors Read more »

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Events

June 14th 2017

What next after the election?

Whatever the result of the election on June 8th, big changes are ahead over the next five years.  Come and join us for a great lunch-time discussion! We are pleased to invite you to discuss the results of the general Read more »

July 5th 2017

Making City Deals Inclusive

Making City Deals Inclusive Wednesday 5th July 2017 Media Briefing Room, Senedd, Cardiff, CF99 1NA Kindly sponsored by Jeremy Miles AM With City Deals now approved for Cardiff and Swansea – and similar deals on the agenda for the rest of Read more »