Social justice in a small nation – Sioned Williams

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ResourcesVideosViewsSeptember 28th, 2021

The first 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 first video of our series, we held a conversation with Sioned Williams MS, from Plaid Cymru.

In an interesting conversation Sioned and Steffan discuss a wide range of issues relating to social justice. Amongst the things Sioned shares is that her desire to create a fairer Wales is a key reason for her supporting independence. Sioned also shares some of the policy ideas that she think should be implemented now to ensure social justice in Wales. These include expanding the eligibility criteria for free school meals and providing better access to childcare across Wales.

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 revisit our website by the end of the week to take a look at our conversation with Samuel Kurtz MS from the Conservatives and Eluned Morgan MS from Labour. 

 

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