Andy White from the Consumer Council for Water (CCW) argues the Welsh Government and water providers must address the root causes of water poverty in the face of territorial inequalities.
Policy by design: a more inclusive model of public consultation
Nathan Owen encourages Welsh Government to think more inclusively and dynamically about their consultation process.
The aftermath of the Welsh local government elections. Part 2: Policy options
This follow-up piece outlines some of the policy options available to the newly elected local authorities on 5th May, and examines a number of more radical and difficult policy options.
The aftermath of the Welsh local government elections. Part 1: Policy context
Caitlin Prowle and Malcolm Prowle set out the policy context which Welsh local authorities now face in terms of existing challenges and financial resources.
It’s a deal, it’s a steel.
Alice Hooker-Stroud calls for a move away from the current economic system.
Breaking the one party state mentality
Alice Hooker-Stroud explains the reasons behind election talks between the Green Party, Plaid Cymru and Liberal Democrats.
The coming of age for the National Assembly as a law making institution
Mike Hedges outlines the positive implications of the Housing (Wales) Bill.
Time for a new generation to take over the reins
John Osmond reflects on 17 years at the helm of the IWA
EU debate special 1: Assembly denies international role
Francesca Dickson queries the National Assembly’s abandonment of its European and External Affairs Committee