Yvonne Murphy says we need a vision and strategy for widespread and creative, engaging and inspiring democratic education
Wales made ambitious commitments at COP26, but action is needed on our deforestation footprint to become a globally responsible nation.
Common sense changes to hospital discharge services are still needed to ensure the system works for patients and health professionals.
Daniel McCool argues that the people of Wales should have access to active travel and public transport facilities as easy and convenient to use as private cars.
Glyndwr Cennydd Jones says that the UK’s structural fragilities call for for a nationwide conversation about constitutional reform.
Dr Tomos Evans lays out the ways in which gender stereotypes continue to shape young women’s career prospects in Wales.
Harry Thompson, the IWA’s Economic Policy Lead, responds to the UK Government’s mini-budget and subsequent events.
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.