Louise Casella writes that lifelong civic education is key to boosting engagement in our democracy.
Derek Walker argues that being able to go online should be a fundamental right and highlights the disparities in access across Wales.
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.
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.
Tackling the climate and nature emergencies can create a better, fairer future if local people are put at the heart of policy making, argues Becca Massey-Chase.
Wales is making positive early steps in developing its hydrogen economy but what can we learn from other European nations, asks Kate Evans.
Everybody who wants to be online should be able to get online. It’s past time that Wales made this a reality, argues Prof. Hamish Laing.
Angela Burns MS outlines what the Welsh Government needs to do to cultivate a thriving medical research environment.
Prof Gareth Wyn Jones and Tim Jones consider the challenges that must be overcome to find a vibrant, sustainable way ahead for farming and the Welsh countryside.