Dr Brian Merfyn Jones and Dr Edward Thomas Jones argue that independence is desirable and that our existing devolved structures should be utilised to prepare Wales.
Mae the welsh agenda yn gylchgrawn Saesneg sydd yn cael ei hariannu gan Gyngor Llyfrau Cymru. Mae erthyglau’r cylchgrawn yn Saesneg ond mae’r tudalennau am waith y Sefydliad Materion Cymraeg ar gael yn ddwyieithog.
Representative democracy has failed to address the climate and ecological crisis. A Welsh Citizens’ Assembly is the radical answer, says Dr Rhian Barrance.
Covid-19 will dramatically affect the Arts which means we need to make sure that we build bridges with our communities, writes Graeme Farrow.
Mae’r Sefydliad Materion Cymreig yn falch o gyhoeddi apwyntiad pedwar Ymddiriedolwr newydd i Fwrdd y SMC. Dywedodd Bethan Darwin,
Co-operatives and social enterprises already do a lot across Wales – they must be at the heart of the post-Covid economic agenda, writes Daniel Roberts.
Covid-19 threatens the Welsh Government’s poverty-tackling agenda but widening access to further and higher education provides a road to recovery, writes Becky Ricketts.
Sian Gwenllian MS writes that the new curriculum’s liberalism will mean that crucial aspects of Welsh history will be forgotten.
Suzy Davies MS argues that the impact of Covid-19 on schools should mean delaying the implementation of the new curriculum
The experiences of disabled people in Wales shows that lockdown hasn’t affected us all in the same way, writes Grace Quantock.
Doctors are seeing a rise in demand for NHS services as lockdown restrictions are eased but, as things stand, they won’t be able to manage patient demand, writes Dr David Bailey.
Maisy Evans writes that expanding the franchise to include 16 and 17 year olds was the right thing to do but now we need to make it an informed vote.
Mae’r Sefydliad Materion Cymreig yn falch o gyhoeddi apwyntiad Yr Athro Alison Wride, Leena Farhat, Sarah Prescott a Shereen Williams i Fwrdd y SMC.
Next year’s Welsh Parliamentary elections can still be a turning point in Wales’ devolved politics, argues Matt Smith.
Seeking sanctuary has never been easy, but coronavirus has made building a new life in Wales even more challenging, writes Holly Taylor.
Gareth Evans writes that delays in re-opening schools and a desire to avoid rocking the boat means that pupils are the ultimate losers.