As the Welsh Labour leadership campaign commences, Joe Rossiter considers some of the key issues which could shape the debate.
Matthaus Bridge outlines the problems with the current blue badge application process and shares the stories of those affected.
Dr Louisa Petchey and Manon Roberts from Public Health Wales explore the core foundation for building a healthier and more equal future for Wales.
Joshua Miles, the Director for Wales at the Learning and Work Institute, outlines what The Commission for Tertiary Education and Research (CTER) aspirations should be and the positive effect of lifelong learners.
Rachel Cable, Director of Policy and Public Affairs at ColegauCymru, welcomes the appointment of the new CTER Chief Executive and believes the Commission offers a real opportunity to redesign learning pathways for further education.
Cerith Rhys-Jones says that the new body which will oversee all post-16 education across Wales is the perfect vehicle through which to implement a coherent strategy for the lifelong learning of global citizenship in Wales
Alastair Cope discusses the positive impact of Welsh Government’s plan to eliminate profit from the care of looked after children.
Ken Moon examines the ‘Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill (UK)’ and its possible impact on the right to boycott in Wales.
Joe Rossiter writes that Wales’ next First Minister will need to act boldly in the face of systemic challenges, following the announcement of a budget shortfall