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Behavioural change and household recycling
Welsh local authorities, enabled by the Welsh Government, have achieved the highest household recycling rates in the UK. There is however more that can be...
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Alternatives to prosecuting vulnerable debtors
This project aims to find out how public services and their contracted partners in Wales might better respond to vulnerable debtors, especially those subject to...
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Increasing the Impact of the What Works Network across the UK
Wales Centre for Public Policy is working with What Works Scotland, Queen’s University Belfast, the Alliance for Useful Evidence and a range of What...
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Better Services for Looked After Children
Improving outcomes for children in care is high up on the agenda, not only for local authorities as their legally responsible guardians, but for social...
Publications 19 July 2018
Parental Physical Punishment: Child Outcomes and Attitudes
The former Cabinet Secretary for Children and Communities asked the PPIW to undertake a review of the evidence on children’s attitudes towards physical punishment,...
Press Releases 19 July 2018
Smacking children no more effective than other forms of discipline says new report
Report also finds negative impact of smacking appears to be very small
Publications 6 July 2018
What Works in Tackling Rural Poverty
The Welsh Government has supported a wide range of programmes to address rural poverty and yet recent estimates suggest that almost a quarter of the...
Commentary 26 June 2018
Rural poverty: the case of Powys
Dr Greg Thomas explores in a guest blog in our rural poverty series