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What makes Policy Commissions Successful?
26 January 2018
Last Autumn, the First Minister announced the appointment of a new Commission on Justice in Wales, tasked to examine how a distinct Welsh justice system...
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Improving Evidence Use in Government: How Can Academics Get their Research Heard?
27 March 2018
At this year's Political Studies Association’s Annual Conference we asked how academics can best get their research heard by government.
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What Works to Improve Community Resilience and Wellbeing?
22 February 2018
On the 22nd February we held an event with Public Service Board (PSB) representatives to explore how the Centre can help provide evidence to support...
Commentary 21 March 2018
Brexit, Immigration and Wales: Professor Jonathan Portes Vlog
Professor Jonathan Portes (King's College London) discusses the implications that Brexit will have on immigration, and what this will mean for Wales. This video was...
Commentary 20 March 2018
Co-production is Key to Designing Successful Health and Employment interventions
I was very pleased to read the report from the WCPP and the Institute for Employment Studies which examined how health and employability outcomes could...
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Brexit and Wales – Land and Sea: The Implications of Brexit for Rural Land Management and Fisheries in Wales
13 February 2018
On Tuesday 13th February 2018 we hosted an event at Aberystwyth University which explored the implications of Brexit for rural land management and fisheries in Wales,...
Publications 28 February 2018
Improving Health and Employment Outcomes
This report explores how economics inactivity due to ill health can be addressed.
Commentary 20 February 2018
Brexit and Wales – Land and Sea: Professor Janet Dwyer Vlog
Professor Janet Dwyer, from the Countryside and Community Research Institute, gives a brief overview of her report for the Wales Centre for Public Policy which...