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Is the new Wales Bill fit for purpose?

4 August 2016

Wales Governance Centre assesses the Wales Bill at National Eisteddfod

Language scheme expands after success

4 August 2016

Welsh for All to offer wide range of free courses for students

Discussion

“Brexit means Brexit”

3 August 2016

What does the EU Referendum result mean for Wales and the UK?

The power of mapping policies and programmes

2 August 2016

School of Geography and Planning academic nominated for top national planning research award

Dr Christopher Hood is presented with his Certificate of Commendation by the Ambassador of Japan, Koji Tsuruoka.

Japanese Ambassador presents Cardiff Reader with Certificate of Commendation

2 August 2016

Dr Christopher Hood, Reader in Japanese Studies was recently presented with a Certificate of Commendation by the Ambassador of Japan, Koji Tsuruoka.

Edwin July 2016

International Law lecturer presents at African day of Seas and Oceans event

1 August 2016

Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations presented a paper at the African Union Headquarters, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to celebrate the African Union Commission (AUC) African Day of the Seas and Oceans this July.

Sioned James (1974 – 2016)

1 August 2016

Alumna and choral conductor, Sioned James, dies at age 41

Learn Welsh in the Capital

Learning Welsh in the capital

1 August 2016

School of Welsh to deliver Welsh for Adults courses for National Centre for Learning Welsh

Students take part in an interactive guided tour of the National Museum of Wales’ current WW1 exhibition ‘War’s Hell!’ The Battle of Mametz Wood in Art.

‘Willkommen’ to Welsh school pupils keen to learn about German

1 August 2016

This July we welcomed over 100 school pupils to Cardiff to celebrate all aspects of German Life at our ‘Wales Think German’ Conference.

Professor E Wyn James

Memories stirred by Aberfan poetry collection

1 August 2016

‘We were in a sort of chain gang passing buckets back from the ruins of the junior school’