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Poverty

New poverty data published

March 25th 2021 | News

New poverty data published highlights why poverty must be a priority for all political parties in Senedd election. The Department for Work and Pensions has today published the latest poverty data for the UK. The data published largely pre-dates the […] »

Having our say on Politics Wales

March 15th 2021 | News

The Bevan Foundation was pleased to contribute to BBC Wales’ flagship Politics Wales show, discussing poverty and what should be done to end it.   The Bevan Foundation’s Director, Victoria Winckler, appeared on BBC Wales’ Politics Wales show on Sunday […] »

We’re 20 today!

March 1st 2021 | Comment & Analysis

On the Bevan Foundation’s 20th birthday, Victoria Winckler looks back at its story and its achievements. Today it is 20 years since the then Archbishop of Wales, Rowan Williams, along with other politicians, trades union leaders, academics and musicians launched […] »

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Free School Meal eligibility in Wales

February 24th 2021 | Current Projects

The aim of our project is to further our understanding of the cost of extending the eligibility criteria for Free School Meals and the impact it would have on families’ financial resilience. Summary of project and Project Aims Children who […] »

In Print

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Exchange 17: Autumn 2020

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! This bumper issue reflects on the impact of Coronavirus on Wales’ economy and society, and highlights some ways forward to recover, renew and reset Wales in its aftermath. This issue includes articles by: Darren […] »

Events »

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Community cohesion in post pandemic Wales

Join us in our latest webinar to discuss the value of investing in social cohesion  in a post- pandemic Wales Photo by Katie Moum on Unsplash While the pandemic has been first and foremost a public health issue, individuals and […] »