Gracie Richards speaks to first time filmmakers, writer-director Craig Williams and producer Julien Allen about their debut short film, The
The return of a national service
Dr Huw Dylan Owen discusses options to make care services more sustainable in Wales
Why should gender be taken into account in palliative and end of life care?
Ahead of international Women’s Health Day, Bethan Edwards explains why gender should be taken into account in palliative and end of life care.
‘Ditch the politics of Influence’: Welsh writers imagine the future of Wales
Contemporary Wales is stalled by ‘cultural narcissism and the atrophy of intellect’, writes Dai Smith
Review: Es and Flo
Kaja Brown reviews Es and Flo, a production from the Wales Millennium Centre which will soon transfer to the Kiln Theatre in London
The land of my mothers: towards a truly green economy
Beyond green consumerism, Heledd Williams outlines a vision for what a green economy based on communal values could look like in Wales.
Welsh writers imagine the future of Wales
Ahead of the IWA’s event at Hay Festival, Welsh writers share their vision for Wales’ future, and the role independence might play
‘A wildlife-rich nation’: Welsh writers imagine the future of Wales
Ahead of the IWA’s event at Hay Festival, we hear from leading Welsh writers about their vision for Wales’ future
Money, respect and other elephants?
Post Brexit funding is not fit for purpose to tackle Wales’ economic challenges, argues Joe Rossiter, IWA’s Policy and External Affairs Manager