Harry Thompson, the IWA’s Economic Policy Lead, responds to the UK Government’s mini-budget and subsequent events.
The IWA is looking for a dynamic and politically savvy Policy and External Affairs Manager who is passionate about strengthening
Nicholas Kilford unpacks the potential impact of the UK Internal Market Act (UKIMA) replacing parts of EU legislation on devolved powers.
Rhydian Thomas argues that young people in Wales need more education and support to understand how voting can influence everyday issues that matter to them.
Nesta’s Andy Regan argues that Wales needs to get behind a key technology for net zero homes.
The IWA says that HM Queen Elizabeth II presided over the strengthening of Wales as a nation, a country emerging confident into the era of devolution
Online disinformation has proliferated beyond our screens via a complex web of superspreaders, say Adam Belcher and Stefan Rollnick.
Natasha Asghar MS questions the Welsh Government’s track record on transport and asks whether it serves Wales’ best interests.
Jess Blair examines the impact of the early vote pilot rolled out during the May elections in Wales.
As the Welsh Government is recruiting the next Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, Rhys ab Owen MS argues the new Commissioner will need stronger enforcement powers.
After four decades of neoliberalism, Jean Jenkins says it’s time for a meaningful debate about workplace dynamics and standards of work.