Dylan Moore explains why his Newport novel, Many Rivers to Cross, had to be fiction – and why Wales’ often disparaged third city is perfect terrain for a writer.
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.
Five years on from the heady days of Euro 2016 and ahead of the delayed 2021 tournament, Garmon Dyfri assesses the disconnect between elite level sport and an inactive society.
Our current election practices do not allow everyone a confidential vote, writes Nathan Owen.
Mae ein hadroddiad ‘A Better Balance: Business Support for the Foundational Economy’, wedi’i baratoi fel rhan o brosiect cydweithredol y
An overwhelming majority of 16-to-17-year-olds want to make themselves heard this May, but our education and political system is letting them down, argues Alex Myles.
Louise Casella writes that lifelong civic education is key to boosting engagement in our democracy.
Dr. Rhys ap Gwilym explores how each party might use the Senedd’s ability to make Wales-specific tax policy.
A commitment to research and innovation by the next Welsh Government will be key to building a successful and prosperous future, writes Professor Paul Boyle.
The two IWA Professional Training courses (Decision Making in Wales and Influencing Political Outcomes) are designed by the IWA. Please
On the world’s first International Asexuality Day, Hannah Watkin explores asexuality and why it is important to increase awareness of the sexual orientation.
Billie-Jade Thomas outlines why Wales’ oceans holds the key to our commitment to tackling climate change.
The socio-economic effects of the pandemic could see an increase in suicide unless policymakers are aware to the dangers, writes Sarah Stone.
Rhun Dafydd argues that militarism’s foothold in Wales means we have a long way to go before we can consider ourselves a peaceful nation.
Rhodri Talfan Davies outlines the reforms that will root the BBC outside of London.