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Civil Society links strengthened as European Delegation visits Wales

25 October 2022

The Committee heard from organisations representing Welsh business and employers’ interests, trade unions and a wider cross-section of third sector bodies

Senedd building

Devolution a ‘necessary step’ towards a better Welsh criminal justice system, academics argue

19 October 2022

‘Complex set of constitutional arrangements’ hampering policy-making and effective scrutiny

The Welsh Criminal Justice System: On the Jagged Edge

10 October 2022

Based on official data and in-depth interviews, this is an urgent, challenging and deeply troubling book that is required reading for anyone interested in Welsh politics and society

European Union, United Kingdom and Welsh flags

Wales Book Launch: The Forgotten Tribe, British MEPs 1979-2020

6 October 2022

A lasting legacy – or a footnote to history?

UK tax plans assessed for Welsh impact

23 September 2022

On the day of the most significant fiscal event for fifty years, the Wales Fiscal Analysis team produced an explanation of the distributional impacts on Welsh taxpayers

Will Hayward's Independent Nation book cover

New book deepens Welsh independence debate

15 September 2022

Research from Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre is highlighted extensively in a new book by one of Wales’ leading journalists

Wales Governance Centre Annual Lecture: Postponed

9 September 2022

Brittle with Relics lecture postponed to November

Racial disparity in Welsh arrests revealed by new data

3 September 2022

New Wales-only data have been published which confirm the extent of racial disparities in arrest rates by police forces in Wales

Brittle with Relics author confirmed for Yes vote twenty fifth anniversary lecture

11 August 2022

The twenty fifth anniversary of 1997 referendum that led to the establishment of the Senedd and Welsh Government will be marked in the Wales Governance Centre annual lecture


Watch: Why does Labour win in Wales?

9 August 2022

One party dominance underpinned by ‘Welsh worldview’