Yvonne Murphy argues that we have a duty to educate young people, and the general population, in how to participate in democracy.
Rhun ap Iorwerth MS argues for ‘walk-in hubs’ as the change needed in mental health services for young people.
Julie James MS talks to Josiah Mortimer about reforming the electoral system in Wales and the implications of the recent attacks on devolution.
Unpaid carers are barely supported in Wales and it’s time they’re protected from the injustice of poverty, argues Rachel Cable.
Jack Sargeant MS and Lydia Godden outline why reforming the welfare system is a crucial part of halting violence towards women.
David Rees MS argues that our response to cancer mustn’t be forgotten as priorities shift to deal with Covid-19.
Andy Regan casts his eyes on the Senedd elections and wonders whether we will get the debate that Wales needs.
Louise Casella sets out a vision of how the next government should change Wales’ culture around learning.
Jamie Insole argues that reforming apprenticeships can enable proper lifelong learning in Wales.