Caroline Gregory argues that clear messaging about appropriate aid should be accompanied by removing barriers to volunteering.
Mae the welsh agenda yn gylchgrawn Saesneg sydd yn cael ei hariannu gan Gyngor Llyfrau Cymru. Mae erthyglau’r cylchgrawn yn Saesneg ond mae’r tudalennau am waith y Sefydliad Materion Cymraeg ar gael yn ddwyieithog.
‘Being the Change’: Join the Changemakers of Wales
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.
Social Prescribing: how to create a sustainable journey?
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
Ynni Ogwen – Ceir Gwyllt, Cesig Eira a Babi’r Chwyldro! / Ynni Ogwen – Ceir Gwllt, Snowballs and a revolution baby!
Meleri Davies yn adlewyrchu ar heriau a buddion cynllun ynni cymunedol Ynni Ogwen / Meleri Davies reflects on the the challenges and benefits of the Ynni Ogwen community energy scheme
Setting up Sport for Success
Helen Humphrey presents the wider benefits of sport ahead of the Champion’s League Festival in Cardiff this weekend
Continuing debate on citizen service in Wales
Andy Bevan gives an update on his bid to create ‘A real citizen service for Wales’.
A lifeline for ‘lost generation’?
A new ‘Citizen Service for Wales’ should be introduced to help rescue a ‘lost generation’ of young people, a new report by the IWA says. Lee Waters explains