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Publications 22 September 2021
Multi-agency working and outcomes for children looked after
‘At risk’ children and families will frequently interact with multiple agencies and services. It has been a long-held aspiration that these bodies and the services...
Commentary 2 September 2021
A pandemic called loneliness
When I was asked to attend the event on ‘Tackling loneliness in Wales through the pandemic and beyond’ as a representative for my organisation (Carmarthenshire...
Commentary 18 August 2021
Volunteering and wellbeing in the pandemic: Learning from practice
We’ve heard a lot about the valuable role of volunteering in supporting communities through the pandemic. But when we looked at the evidence base...
Commentary 4 August 2021
Why go back to the office?
The Coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly catalysed one of the most rapid transformations in many people’s working lives for decades. UK data suggests that while 5%...
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...