An overwhelming majority of 16-to-17-year-olds want to make themselves heard this May, but our education and political system is letting them down, argues Alex Myles.
The institution’s code of conduct could be updated to include a new principle promoting anti-discriminatory attitudes and behaviours, argues Dr Arun Midha.
Our current election practices do not allow everyone a confidential vote, writes Nathan Owen.
On the world’s first International Asexuality Day, Hannah Watkin explores asexuality and why it is important to increase awareness of the sexual orientation.
Rhun Dafydd argues that militarism’s foothold in Wales means we have a long way to go before we can consider ourselves a peaceful nation.
Shirish Kulkarni analyses the media in Wales and outlines why more funding of the same media is not the answer.
Hannah Watkin, winner of the IWA’s New Voices competition, explores her sense of identity against the backdrop of shifting political and cultural landscapes in Wales.
Cultivating meat in laboratories is the future of agriculture and Wales should be at the forefront of this innovation, writes Dan Ward.
Criminal landlords and lettings agents are not being held accountable because of a failure to enforce the law, argues Nicki Kindersley.
Wales’ lack of journalistic resource is structural injustice, writes Dylan Moore
Angie Contestabile argues that cost-cutting and centralising in the Welsh third sector severely risks the health of a vital part of our society.