Social justice in a small nation – Eluned Morgan

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ResourcesVideosViewsOctober 4th, 2021

The third video in our series looking at social justice in a small nation

Over the summer Steffan Evans of the Bevan Foundation has been holding conversations with three prominent politicians in Wales to discuss social justice in small nations. In the third video of our series, we held a conversation with Eluned Morgan MS, from Welsh Labour.

In a broad ranging conversation Eluned and Steffan discuss a wide range of issues relating to social justice. Amongst the things Eluned shared was that her interest in social justice was sparked by her upbringing in Cardiff. She revealed that her desire to create a more equal society was one of her primary drivers for getting involved with politics. She also shared some her ideas for reducing health inequalities as we recover from the pandemic, and outlined how she hoped to achieve some of these aspirations as the Minister for Health and Social Care.

You can watch the video below, in Welsh but with English subtitles. To turn on the subtitles press the “CC” button at the bottom of the video and select English. 

If you enjoy the discussion make sure you take a look at the previous conversation in our series. Our conversations with Sioned Williams MS from Plaid Cymru and Samuel Kurtz MS from the Conservatives are available now on our website. 


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