Wales' most innovative and influential think tank

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What We Do

We work relentlessly to understand the root causes of inequality, injustice and poverty in Wales, speak out against disadvantage and develop solutions which create lasting change.

Our work follows three broad themes, all of which have specific goals:

 1. Gain insights

We seek to understand the root causes of inequality, injustice and poverty, by bringing Wales’ best thought-leaders to a wider audience via articles, seminars, conferences and round-table discussions. Our publications and events are informative, thought-provoking, inclusive, and often free of charge.

2. Develop solutions

We use robust evidence and the exchange of ideas and good practice to develop innovative, lasting solutions to improve people’s lives and transform Wales.

3. Create change

We inspire decision-makers in government, public bodies and the third and private sectors to take action, and help shape public policy through engagement with the political arena, comment in the media and on social media, and free access to a large number of our publications

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In Print

Supporter Magazine

Exchange Issue 11, Summer 2018

The magazine with its finger on the pulse! The latest edition of our exclusive supporters’ magazine brings together a range of contributors to explore some of the most current and important issues in Welsh public life. New free extract for Read more »

Exchange Issue 10, Spring 2018

“Refreshing, timely and balanced – Exchange has its finger on the pulse” The latest edition of our exclusive supporters’ magazine brings together a range of contributors to explore some of the most current and important issues in Welsh public life. Read more »

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Other Publications

After Brexit: The role of higher education

How should Wales’ universities respond to a post-Brexit Wales? This think piece sets out some ideas. Brexit has potentially deep and far-reaching effects for many organisations, including Wales’ universities. As well as the immediate impacts on staff, students, funding and Read more »

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Events

November 8th 2018

The New Working Class with Claire Ainsley

Thought-leader talks Claire Ainsley, Executive Director of the Bevan Foundation talks about her ground-breaking book The New Working Class: how to win hearts, minds and votes The majority of people in the UK identify as working class, yet no political party Read more »

November 15th 2018

Annual Supporter Network with Dr Kate Allatt

Supporter Network Our supporters and their friends, families and colleagues are warmly welcomed to our first supporter network to mark Aneurin Bevan’s birthday. As well as enjoying prosecco and birthday cake, to celebrate the fantastic difference our supporters make, we Read more »