Being put off applying for benefits affects people across Wales and the Welsh Government must do more to stop people slipping into poverty, argues Rhiannon Evans.
Jack Sargeant MS and Lydia Godden outline why reforming the welfare system is a crucial part of halting violence towards women.
Hannah Hyams argues that further devolution could improve the quality of life for children with disabilities in Wales
Eleri Butler reflects on the General Election and Queens Speech and what this might mean for those affected by violence and abuse in Wales
Deri Ap Hywel looks at the scope to devolve aspects of employment to Wales.
Powers over welfare could offer a different policy route for Wales, but is this affordable?
Paul Chaney argues that Wales is disproportionately affected by Westminster’s welfare cuts and that Welsh Government should have powers over welfare.
Peter Black looks at previous examples of welfare devolution to Wales and says these show a warning for future devolution.
David Bell on why devolution of some welfare benefits to Scotland is unlikely to result in a welfare paradise.