Glyndwr Cennydd Jones reviews Will Hayward’s book Independent Nation: Should Wales Leave the UK?
What the Istanbul Convention Means for Women and Girls in Wales
Olga Jurasz argues that the Istanbul Convention is a necessary tool to transform the course of law and policy on violence against women and girls in Wales.
Bringing Unpaid Carers and Social Workers together to Innovate Social Care
Amidst a social care system emergency, Claire Morgan reflects on removing barriers and building trust between unpaid carers and social workers.
Is all well with our Well-being of Future Generations Act?
Ceri Davies explains why the Well-being of Future Generations Act needs critical friendship.
‘No Shame, No Blame’ – Let’s Start With Democratic Education
Yvonne Murphy says we need a vision and strategy for widespread and creative, engaging and inspiring democratic education
One Year Since COP26: Is Wales Doing Enough on Tropical Deforestation?
Wales made ambitious commitments at COP26, but action is needed on our deforestation footprint to become a globally responsible nation.
Patients’ Needs Are Going Unmet when Leaving the Hospital
Common sense changes to hospital discharge services are still needed to ensure the system works for patients and health professionals.
Can Shared Mobility Support Transport Decarbonisation in a Cost-of-living Crisis?
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.
Constitutional Reform is Unfinished Business in the UK
Glyndwr Cennydd Jones says that the UK’s structural fragilities call for for a nationwide conversation about constitutional reform.