Rhys ab Owen argues that Welsh Government’s recent proposals for the devolution of justice in Wales fall short of the mark.
Social Value in Social Care: From Words to Action
Donna Coyle explains why social value has a huge part to play in social care and can have a transformational impact on people’s lives.
Tourism Tax on Wales: A Colossal Mistake?
Peter Fox and Tom Giffard warn against the potential impact of a Welsh tourism tax on the sector.
The Welsh Voter Problem
Ahead of the local elections, Maddy Dhesi calls for removing the barriers that contribute to low voter turnout in Wales.
An Ambition Worth Having: Physics, Innovation and the Welsh Economy
Eluned Parrott sets out the potential of physics to benefit the economy and makes a case for its inclusion in Wales’ innovation strategy.
Workers and the Climate Crisis
Workers’ rights must be an integral part of our conception of climate justice, Shavanah Taj argues.
What myths will carry us forward?
Exploring the links between land and identity, Merlin Gable asks if our experience of land can be separated from our myths about Wales.
Who Owns Wales?
Sioned Haf introduces Who Owns Wales / Pwy Bia Cymru, a research project to make information about land ownership in Wales accessible.
Queer Life Stories: Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow
This LGBT+ History Month, Damian Kerlin researches and chats with LGBT+ historians and leading organisations uncovering key pivotal moments in Wales’s queer history.