This is the analysis of responses to our third and final set of Big Questions. This time focussing on what
We asked the parties specific questions on strengthening local democracy and increasing prosperity of communities across Wales.
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.
Looking through the lens of Covid-19, Chisomo Phiri outlines what the latest statistics about women in Wales mean for gender equality.
Dr Judith Thornton argues that technological advancement and the green agenda can pave the way for a new agricultural vision.
Frances Williams probes different understandings of place and how these might jointly be brought together to inform policy making.
Wales’ lack of journalistic resource is structural injustice, writes Dylan Moore
Wellbeing Economy Alliance Cymru argue that the run-up to the 2021 Senedd elections is the crucial time to put wellbeing economics on the agenda.