Building a global Wales after Brexit: international perspectives on small nations and soft power

  The Welsh Government wants Wales to be an ‘ambitious, outward-looking country’, connected to the rest of the world through lasting economic, social and cultural links. Wales has established tourism, trade and inward investment-led approaches to international engagement, but British Council Wales wants to see Wales further nurture the soft power capital of its world […]

Time: April 26, 2018, 9:30 am - 6:00 pm

Venue: Principality Stadium

Harnessing the potential: renewable energy in the Swansea Bay City Region

The IWA’s ‘Re-Energising Wales’ project will provide a worked out plan which seeks to show how Wales could meet its projected energy demands from renewable sources by 2035, resulting in an 80% reduction in energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As part of the ‘Re-Energising Wales’ project the IWA has undertaken an exemplar case study of the […]

Time: April 30, 2018, 10:00 am - 3:30 pm

Venue: National Waterfront Museum

  • IWA is a vital and vitalising organisation within modern Wales.Owen Sheers
  • For nearly thirty years the IWA has played an indispensable role in the political, economic, intellectual and cultural life of Wales.David Marquand
  • The new IWA Wales Media Audit is a brilliant pull-together of things you never knew, things you thought you knew and things you once knew but, you know what, you’re out of date.Ian Hargreaves CBE
  • I for one hope the very best work still lies ahead, because I think Wales needs it more than ever.Stephen Crabb MP