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Commentary 13 July 2021
What I’d tell the Beatles about loneliness
To be honest, I’m not really a big Beatles fan. But oddly, when it comes to singing songs in the shower, “Eleanor Rigby” with “...
Publications 30 June 2021
Collaboration and policy implementation at the local level in Wales
A case-study evaluation of a farmer group in North Wales
Commentary 30 June 2021
The future of Wales’ farming policy
The Welsh Government is currently developing agricultural policy proposals which aim to support farmers in adopting sustainable farming practices. Their intentions for primary legislation can...
Commentary 23 June 2021
Five years on from the Brexit referendum
Five years ago today the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), a process which culminated in the beginning of a new trade relationship...
Projects
Reform of Electoral Law and Practice
Elections were devolved to Wales through the Government of Wales Act 2017. Since then, Welsh Ministers have embarked on a programme of electoral reform most noted...
Publications 17 June 2021
Improving evidence use in local government
Fostering links between academia and local government has long been a concern for those interested in promoting evidence-informed practice. While the barriers and enablers of...
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Tackling loneliness in Wales through the pandemic and beyond
14 July 2021
The Wales Centre for Public Policy is convening a digital engagement programme to bring together key stakeholders working across the loneliness policy and public service...
Projects
Well-being briefings for Public Service Boards
Public Service Boards (PSBs) are required by the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 to produce well-being assessments every five years, in line with local...