Angie Contestabile argues that cost-cutting and centralising in the Welsh third sector severely risks the health of a vital part of our society.
A focus on social action can help deliver the ambitions of the new curriculum for Wales, says Susie Ventris-Field
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.
Ruth Marks, Chief Executive of WCVA, introduces ‘Being the Change’, a new photography exhibition by award-winning photographer Warren Orchard that seeks to inspire the people of Wales to get involved and fix the broken bits of their communities.
Dr Carolyn Wallace, Judith Stone and Dr Sally Rees outline the advantages of a social prescriptive approach to solving individuals’ problems in the community, and ask how we might build appropriate assets to ensure its sustainability
Peter Martin argues cultural change is as important as any structural reform of health and social care in Wales.
Sue Denman explores how communities can play a full role in delivering care and wellbeing.
Ruth Marks explains why the EU referendum result is already impacting on the way they do business in the third sector
Mark Drakeford offers a programme of action for taking Welsh civil society forward