What We Do

We develop solutions to the key issues facing Wales using evidence, exchange of ideas, innovation and influencing.


Informed exchange

We bring the best thought-leaders to a wider audience, and enable and encourage the exchange of good ideas and best practice in on-line and print articles and at our seminars, conferences and round-table discussions.

Our publications and events are inclusive, thought-provoking and ethical, and are often free of charge.

Innovative solutions

We develop innovative, practical solutions to change Wales and improve people’s lives. They are informed by our evidence and by the exchange of ideas and good practice.

Effective influencing

Our proposals for change are aimed at government and public bodies, the third and private sectors. We will encourage take up of our ideas through engagement with the political arena, comment in the media and on social media, and free access to the majority of our publications.

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Subscribers' Magazine

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 »

Exchange – Issue 5

Essential summer reading on Brexit, the election and more, exclusively for Bevan Foundation subscribers. The latest edition of Exchange looks at where we want Wales to be and what we should have achieved in five years time. It’s been a Read more »

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Other Publications

Consultation response: Primary Care

The Bevan Foundation has responded to a consultation by the National Assembly for  Wales’  Health, Social Care and Sport Committee on primary care. The committee’s inquiry will focus on the role of Wales 64 cluster networks – groups of GPs working with Read more »

Consultation response: First 1,000 Days

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Bevan Foundation have responded to a consultation by the National Assembly for  Wales’ Children, Young People and Education Committee on the first 1,000 days of a person’s life. The inquiry is seeking to establish the extent to which Welsh Read more »

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