Jack Sargeant MS and Lydia Godden outline why reforming the welfare system is a crucial part of halting violence towards women.
Gareth Ceidiog Hughes argues that there is a moral case for ensuring that someone convicted of domestic abuse could never sit in the Senedd
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.
Alice Moore calls for secure and sustainable funding for specialist violence against women services.
Eleri Butler sets out the importance of specialist services and prevention in tackling adverse childhood experiences
Oliver Townsend argues that the Supporting People programme has attracted widespread political and policy consensus, but action is still needed to protect it.
Eleri Butler reflects on the General Election and Queens Speech and what this might mean for those affected by violence and abuse in Wales
Ken Skates reflects on how masculine stereotypes have been transformed over the past 50 years
John Osmond says the Welsh Government’s legislation for the coming session needs a connecting theme