Dr John Ball explores different constitutional options for Wales and the UK and argues that only independence enables the necessary powers for each nation.
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.
In the first of a two part essay, Dr John Ball examines the journey to a devolved Wales and sets out why the current settlement is inadequate.
Shavanah Taj talks to Charlotte Williams who is leading a working group to improve the teaching of themes relating to BAME communities and experiences across the school curriculum.
Mae ein hadroddiad ‘A Better Balance: Business Support for the Foundational Economy’, wedi’i baratoi fel rhan o brosiect cydweithredol y
Dan Roberts explains why Welsh organisations are collecting stories of the pandemic and how it helps us plan for the post-Covid future.
Dr Mair Hopkin explains why life expectancy and mental wellbeing is poorer in deprived communities and why having the same health services across Wales won’t address these issues.
Evidence-based policymaking should be taken as standard – so why are we relying on anecdotal evidence? Mike Hedges MS and Laura Jones MS argue for a Welsh Housing Survey.
A suite of new GCSEs and bitesize qualifications to target practical skills in mathematics and languages; Emyr George explores reforms to the curriculum.
The announcement that a new prison is to be built in Wrexham has seen the UK Government highlight the jobs
More affordable homes for the future is crucial, but social housing services such as money advice teams still play a pivotal role in reducing homelessness, writes Paul Bevan.
Yana Williams and Guy Lacey explain the changes necessary to ensure that Welsh colleges can empower greater lifelong learning and expand access for future generations.
Russell George MS argues that we must harvest the energy of the spirit of our country to build back a better post-pandemic economy.
Derek Walker argues that being able to go online should be a fundamental right and highlights the disparities in access across Wales.
Dr Alan Sandry and Dr Huw Evans outline a vision of what the constitution of an independent Wales could look like…