Our current election practices do not allow everyone a confidential vote, writes Nathan Owen.
An overwhelming majority of 16-to-17-year-olds want to make themselves heard this May, but our education and political system is letting them down, argues Alex Myles.
Dr. Rhys ap Gwilym explores how each party might use the Senedd’s ability to make Wales-specific tax policy.
Rhun Dafydd argues that militarism’s foothold in Wales means we have a long way to go before we can consider ourselves a peaceful nation.
Wellbeing Economy Alliance Cymru argue that the run-up to the 2021 Senedd elections is the crucial time to put wellbeing economics on the agenda.
Andy Regan casts his eyes on the Senedd elections and wonders whether we will get the debate that Wales needs.
Helen Mary Jones writes that a Welsh Child Payment of £35 a week to children in poverty will be the priority for a Plaid Cymru government.
Abolishing the Senedd is a risible policy, but the response to the proposal is motivated by issues beyond the technicalities of devolution, writes Ioan Phillips.