Andrew RT Davies argues that the Senedd must do more to appeal to the average (non) voter and offers specific reforms to the Senedd’s business.
The political parties responded to our ‘Big Questions’ on the economy – now the IWA analyse what their answers mean for Wales.
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.
Yvonne Murphy argues that we have a duty to educate young people, and the general population, in how to participate in democracy.
The institution’s code of conduct could be updated to include a new principle promoting anti-discriminatory attitudes and behaviours, argues Dr Arun Midha.
Gwyneth Sweatman writes that although it might not have dominated headlines, the recent changes to the Welsh Parliament could well have profound effects.
Next year’s Welsh Parliamentary elections can still be a turning point in Wales’ devolved politics, argues Matt Smith.
Rocio Cifuentes on why a diverse Senedd is essential in order for Wales to thrive.
Harry Thompson welcomes changes enforced by the pandemic, and argues that there could be long-term benefits to a ‘virtual’ parliament for Wales