Julie James MS talks to Josiah Mortimer about reforming the electoral system in Wales and the implications of the recent attacks on devolution.
Wales has given its young people a voice and it’s time for Westminster to catch up
Thousands of 16- and 17-year olds will be able to vote in Welsh elections from 2021. Westminster risks alienating students and young people if it doesn’t follow suit, writes Rob Simkins
A democracy Christmas carol
We have a right to feel angry and powerless at the state of our democracy but Wales has a unique opportunity to change things for the better, writes Mat Matthias
Extending the vote to prisoners could help to tackle social exclusion and deprivation
Leanne Wood calls for an informed debate about extending the vote to prisoners
Votes at 16: enhancing civic duty
Lisa Francis reflects on the Conservative case for supporting votes at 16
The Local Government Democracy (Wales) Act: A ‘sea change’ or no change to democratic engagement in Wales?
Janet Finch-Saunders argues for a renewed balance in power between politicians and communities
Introducing… the new leader of Wales’ students
Gwyneth Sweatman sets out her priorities for her year in office as NUS Wales President
Online voting : The end of the polling station?
Jim Killock anaylses if the benefits of online voting outweigh the risks
IWA Podcast: the McAllister review
Ahead of a debate on Assembly electoral reform this week, Rhea Stevens is joined by Jess Blair, Natasha Davies, and Carmen Ria Smith to discuss next steps for the McAllister review.