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Publications 11 January 2022
Challenges and Priorities for Health and Social Care in Wales
The challenges facing health and social care in Wales are complex and multifaceted. Systemic and workforce issues affect the smooth delivery of the health and...
News Articles 11 January 2022
Job Opportunity: Research Associate
Would you like to join the Wales Centre for Public Policy and contribute to our work for the Welsh Government and public services? We're currently...
Publications 10 January 2022
Education recovery: Responding to the Coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus-related school closures have resulted in significant disruption to children and young people’s learning in schools and colleges in Wales, as elsewhere. In the...
Publications 7 January 2022
Raising the age of participation in education to 18
In England, the compulsory age of participation in education or training was raised to 17 in 2013 and then 18 in 2015. In Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, the...
Press Releases 16 December 2021
Lifelong learning is the key to unlocking Wales’ full potential
Study outlines policy recommendations for new Commission
Publications 16 December 2021
Supporting the Welsh Lifelong Learning system
To assist the Welsh Government in balancing the productivity-related objectives with the societal objectives of lifelong learning, the Wales Centre for Public Policy was asked...
Projects
Supporting the Welsh lifelong learning system
Plans in Wales for a new Commission for Tertiary Education and Research, and the introduction of the Tertiary Education and Research (Wales) Bill to the...
Projects
Decarbonising Wales: Energy, Industry, Land
Following the Welsh Government’s pledge to meet net zero emissions by 2050 and the outcome of the COP26 conference in Glasgow, it is clear that...