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Maximising universities’ civic contribution
13 November 2018
The Wales Centre for Public Policy are hosting an event to present and discuss a forthcoming expert report, by Professor John Goddard and Professor Ellen...
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Reigniting Debate on Rural Poverty: Evidence, Practice & Policy Implications
13 July 2018
Leading researchers and practitioners discussed new research on rural poverty in Wales, and reflected on implications for research, policy and practice
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A better way forward for Welsh procurement: Learning lessons from Carillion
4 July 2018
What can we learn from the collapse of Carillion to help us improve public procurement and outsourcing in Wales?
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Networking evening with the Alliance for Useful Evidence
4 June 2018
Bringing together policymakers and academics connected to WCPP, as well as Alliance for Useful Evidence members based in and around Wales, this event aims to...
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The Implications of Brexit for Wales and Devolution
20 March 2018
We examine what implications will Brexit have for devolution and public policy in Wales and the other devolved administrations.
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What makes Policy Commissions Successful?
26 January 2018
Last Autumn, the First Minister announced the appointment of a new Commission on Justice in Wales, tasked to examine how a distinct Welsh justice system...
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Improving Evidence Use in Government: How Can Academics Get their Research Heard?
27 March 2018
At this year's Political Studies Association’s Annual Conference we asked how academics can best get their research heard by government.
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What Works to Improve Community Resilience and Wellbeing?
22 February 2018
On the 22nd February we held an event with Public Service Board (PSB) representatives to explore how the Centre can help provide evidence to support...