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Alternatives to prosecuting vulnerable debtors
This project aims to find out how public services and their contracted partners in Wales might better respond to vulnerable debtors, especially those subject to...
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What works when intervening in underperforming health organisations?
Trying to prevent or turnaround underperformance in health organisations is a challenging task, and much of the academic literature is focused on general and abstract...
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How can policy commissions maximise their impact?
In this short project, we examined the question ‘what makes a Welsh Government Commission effective?’ What impact can they have upon devolved policy making and...
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Behavioural change and household recycling
Welsh local authorities, enabled by the Welsh Government, have achieved the highest household recycling rates in the UK. There is however more that can be...
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Strategies and technologies in improving air quality
The project is a rapid review of measures in place worldwide to improve air quality. It indicates the evidence behind different strategies and technologies for...
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What works in supplementing the teaching of second languages
The aim of this project is to explore the available evidence on what works – and what may not – to supplement the class-based teaching of second...
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Increasing the Impact of the What Works Network across the UK
Wales Centre for Public Policy is working with What Works Scotland, Queen’s University Belfast, the Alliance for Useful Evidence and a range of What...
Commentary 10 August 2018
How can we enable job progression in low paid sectors?
Three reflections from our recent symposium on the topic