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Reform of Electoral Law and Practice
Elections were devolved to Wales through the Government of Wales Act 2017. Since then, Welsh Ministers have embarked on a programme of electoral reform most noted...
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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...
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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...
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Connecting Communities: Building Relationships
The Wales Centre for Public Policy is partnering with Cardiff Council and Social Care Wales on a four-month National Institute for Health Research funded project...
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Alternative models of domiciliary care
Domiciliary care or ‘homecare’ is social care provided in people’s homes and includes a range of support such as help with daily tasks, personal...
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Remote working and the Welsh economy
The Welsh economy is experiencing a profound and unprecedented shock as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. One of the consequences of lockdowns and public...
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The implications of the European transition for key economic sectors
The European Union is the most economically valuable international trading partner for Wales and the UK, accounting for 43% and 52% of total UK exports and imports...