Recounting her experience as a participant in COP26, Poppy Stowell-Evans reflects on the things that keep her grounded as a climate activist.
To counter the housing crisis, we need to upgrade the community ownership legislation in Wales, Casey Edwards argues.
In this review of Tôpher Mills’ selected poems, Nia Moseley-Roberts reflects on the ebb and flow of a collection brimming with life.
Our report, Turning Rhetoric into Reality: Decarbonising the Foundational Economy, was produced as part of the IWA’s project with CREW
Three years since the death of Steffan Lewis, Delyth Jewell remembers how being grounded in community informed the convictions of a political titan.
Dr Dylan Adams and Chantelle Haughton argue that to avert the climate crisis we must transform our relationship to nature.
Dylan Moore introduces the first themed online edition of the welsh agenda by adopting Raymond Williams’ etymological approach.
This event is an opportunity to share your views on what the wider qualifications offer in Wales should look like.
As we wrap up the year, here our 10 most read articles published in 2021.
From Treorchy to Bangor, and from Montmouthshire to Ceredigion, our members span the whole of Wales. In this selection, we
Rob Simkins urges a national plan to tackle homelessness and the housing emergency in Wales.
The IWA has just published a new report warning about the negative impact of the UK Government’s ‘Levelling Up’ agenda on Welsh councils.
Professor Helena Gaunt, Principal of Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, argues musicians must be trained to be ‘makers in society’.