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Publications 24 February 2021
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...
Publications 22 February 2021
Education attainment: Responding to the Coronavirus pandemic
The Coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated existing educational inequalities worldwide. It is estimated that years of progress made in improving education access and quality will be...
Publications 22 February 2021
Remote Working
The Welsh economy is experiencing a profound and unprecedented shock due to the Coronavirus pandemic. One of the consequences of lockdowns and public health restrictions...
News Articles 22 February 2021
Volunteering and wellbeing during Covid-19: Call for evidence
Have you measured or collected data on the impact of volunteering during Covid-19 as part of your research or practice work? We’re interested in...
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...
Publications 27 January 2021
Achieving a just transition in Wales
With ten years left to avoid a climate system breakdown as cautioned by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the need for decarbonising our...
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...