Noreen Blanluet finds solace in these troubled times by encouraging kindness as a daily practice
Mae the welsh agenda yn gylchgrawn Saesneg sydd yn cael ei hariannu gan Gyngor Llyfrau Cymru. Mae erthyglau’r cylchgrawn yn Saesneg ond mae’r tudalennau am waith y Sefydliad Materion Cymraeg ar gael yn ddwyieithog.
We can’t talk about mental health and not talk about poverty
To break the disadvantage and distress cycle in our communities we need to start to think of it as a social issue not as a problem for individuals, argue Jen Daffin and Dr Sarah Brown.
What happened when Welsh communities were given £1m of Lottery funding?
Wales’s biggest community experiment shows that trusting local people to run local services works, writes Chris Johnes
‘Being the Change’ WCVA photo series: Citizens Advice Flintshire
Mae’r arddangosfa ‘Ni yw’r Newid’ yn taflu goleuni ar y cyfraniad rhagorol a wneir gan staff a gwirfoddolwyr at yr elusennau a’r mentrau cymdeithasol hyn. / The ‘Being the Change’ exhibition throws a spotlight on the wonderful contribution made by staff and volunteers to these charities and social enterprises.
The foundational economy: what’s housing got to do with it?
Tamsin Stirling considers how the concept of the foundational economy can add value to work already going on in the housing sector in Wales
Libraries Gave Us Power: A Letter to Llandrindod, from Medellin
With news that Powys will close ten libraries, Dylan Moore writes from Medellin, Colombia, where libraries form the heart of civic regeneration
Mark Drakeford’s socialist credentials
Adam Johannes argues that with no socialist First Minister on offer, a new socialist movement must be built in Wales.
Why Reorganise When We Can Transform…
Simon Pickthall argues that it’s time to challenge and transform Wales’ public service
Welsh Entrepreneurial Councils
Welsh local authorities need to be more entrepreneurial argues Cllr Dimitri Batrouni