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Education attainment: Responding to the Coronavirus pandemic
The Coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated existing educational inequalities worldwide. Modelling of the impact of school closures in England suggests that ten years’ worth of efforts...
Commentary 15 December 2020
Using fishing opportunities to support mental health and wellbeing in the Welsh fishing industry
As the UK leaves the European Union, much has been made of the post-Brexit opportunities for new governing legislation. In few industries is this more...
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Disabled Facilities Grants: Changing the means test
The Minister for Housing and Local Government asked the Wales Centre for Public Policy to explore the implications of removing the means test for small...
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Children looked after: How practice drives variation in rates across Wales
The substantial and sustained increase in the rate of children in care in Wales has been a source of policy concern for some time: it...
Publications 14 December 2020
Designing technology-enabled services to tackle loneliness
Tackling loneliness was a priority for Welsh Government and public services across Wales before the Coronavirus pandemic and has become a greater concern since. The...
Publications 14 December 2020
Male Suicide
Data on the rates of suicide across the UK suggest that there is a gendered dimension to suicide. Male suicides accounted for around three quarters...
Commentary 8 December 2020
What might implementation science and knowledge mobilisation mean for What Works Centres?
Implementation science (IS) and knowledge mobilisation (KMb) are just two concepts in the plethora of ideas and terms developed over the last decades in narrowing...
News Articles 3 December 2020
WCPP joins £2m International Public Policy Observatory
The Wales Centre for Public Policy (WCPP) is part of a major new initiative that will bring together researchers and policy makers to tackle the...