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Maximising universities’ civic contribution
This project explored potential policy options to encourage Welsh universities to prioritise and increase their civic contributions to Welsh communities overall social and economic wellbeing....
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Responding to citizens in debt to public services
This project aimed 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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Supporting improvement in health boards
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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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...
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Better Services for Looked After Children
Improving outcomes for children in care is high up on the agenda, not only for local authorities as their legally responsible guardians, but for social...
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Evidence for Welsh Public Service Leaders on Public Procurement
Mobilising the power of procurement is a growing area of interest. The Welsh public sector spends approximately £6 billion annually on goods, services and works, however...