Public Services

By supporting more fiscal devolution and encouraging the development of a skilled labour force and specialist institutions, we want to see a Wales with high-performing, responsive essential public services.

These public services should foster a culture of excellence and be accountable to our citizens.

Below is our latest work on how we’re making this happen. You can find a full list of our publications here.

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Our latest Public Services work

Common Purposes report

The IWA’s Common Purposes project has explored practical steps to ensure the implementation of curriculum reform in Wales is integrated with and supported by the further education, higher education, skills and business communities.   The report makes eight recommendations to help ensure the further education, higher education, skills and business communities are involved during the […]

Common Purposes

        The IWA’s Common Purposes, the implications of curriculum reform in Wales for further education, higher education, skills and business project has explored practical steps to ensure the implementation of curriculum reform in Wales is integrated with and supported by the further education, higher education, skills and business communities.   Why Wales […]

IWA response to the inquiry into Wales’ future relationship with the European Union

The IWA has responded to the National Assembly for Wales’ External Affairs and Additional Legislation inquiry into Wales’ Future relationship with the European Union. The objectives of the inquiry were: to identify the most essential aspects of the UK’s future relationship with the European Union from a Welsh perspective; to ensure that the issues of […]

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