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Commentary 14 April 2021
It ain’t what you (can) do it’s the way that you do it
How can devolved governments deliver distinctive policies?
Commentary 7 April 2021
Climate Change: Making the Transition Happen in Wales
Recent developments give reasons to be ambitious about what Wales can do to tackle climate change. In December 2020, the UK’s Climate Change Committee (CCC)...
Commentary 17 March 2021
Embedding Black and minority ethnic history, identity and culture into Welsh education
“Black history is Welsh history, and Welsh history is Black history” Mark Drakeford, First Minister of Wales (October 2020)   The new Curriculum for Wales 2022 presents...
Commentary 17 February 2021
Domiciliary Care: what it’s really like?
A personal perspective from a registered Social Care Worker and Manager
Commentary 1 February 2021
Fairer Futures: Understanding Inequality in the Our Future Wales consultation
The Welsh Government launched the Our Future Wales consultation in May 2020 with the aim of identifying ideas and solutions for rebuilding Wales following the Coronavirus...
Commentary 15 January 2021
Post-Brexit Migration and Wales: Potential impacts of the new system and recommendations on the priorities for influencing UK immigration policy.
Following the end of free movement on 31st December 2020, thinking turns not only to the impacts of the new immigration system, but also to how...
Commentary 15 December 2020
Using fishing opportunities to support mental health and wellbeing in the Welsh fishing industry
As the UK leaves the European Union, much has been made of the post-Brexit opportunities for new governing legislation. In few industries is this more...
Commentary 8 December 2020
What might implementation science and knowledge mobilisation mean for What Works Centres?
Implementation science (IS) and knowledge mobilisation (KMb) are just two concepts in the plethora of ideas and terms developed over the last decades in narrowing...