Whilst the Social Partnership and Public Procurement Bill could have been stronger on global responsibility, Aileen Burmeister argues that Wales must continue to live up to the ambition of a Fair Trade Nation.
Co-producing Solutions to In-Work Poverty
Rowan Campbell argues that co-production is a powerful tool when tackling the negative effects of in-work poverty
Taking a Public Health Approach to the Cost of Living Crisis
The rising cost of living is a public health emergency. Public Health Wales has been looking into what a system-wide response could look like.
Older People in Wales Are Facing a Housing Disrepair Crisis
Becky Ricketts looks at the challenges, causes and solutions to the housing disrepair crisis targeting our oldest homeowners.
Pandemic and Precarity in the Cultural Sector
Marlen Komorowski and Steffan Donnelly present research showing the impact of Covid-19 on Wales’ cultural freelancers, and outline a sustainable way to recovery
Paying the Price of Care
Care is the glue that holds society together – so why is the sector so chronically undervalued in Wales?
Let’s make this the last Christmas where hostels are homes
Rob Simkins urges a national plan to tackle homelessness and the housing emergency in Wales.
Getting to the Roots of Health Inequality
Dai Davies argues that occupational therapists’s holistic approach to care can play a key part in health equity.
Mike Hedges MS advocates a reexamination of the UK taxation system, and outlines some proposals for reforming it.