Jasmine Donahaye considers the personal legacy of the Eisteddfod in Tregaron and its nurturing role for Welsh learners like herself.
Reflecting on Tregaron and its closed railway, Jasmine Donahaye explores the value judgements lurking in questions of distance and access.
Jess Blair examines the impact of the early vote pilot rolled out during the May elections in Wales.
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Jasmine Donahaye, the IWA’s writer in residence at the 2022 Eisteddfod, praises the bog of Cors Caron where the event is located.
Sophie Buchaillard connects the Ukrainian crisis and the Rwandan genocide to think about the West’s contrasting relationship to refugees.
As the Welsh Government is recruiting the next Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, Rhys ab Owen MS argues the new Commissioner will need stronger enforcement powers.
This set of workshops will explore the most effective ways to ask questions, gather information and meaningfully interpret data. This
Angela Graham considers the genesis of her new collection of poetry and the link between poetry and sanctuary.
After four decades of neoliberalism, Jean Jenkins says it’s time for a meaningful debate about workplace dynamics and standards of work.
Jennifer G Mathers looks beyond the stereotypes to praise the role of Ukraine’s women in resisting the Russian invasion.
Lowri Cunnington Wynn explores the way communities can revitalise the place they live in through the idea of ‘restanza’, the active choice to stay.
Marine Furet introduces issue 68 of the welsh agenda and reflects on the role of magazines to provide lasting content amid a fast news cycle.