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Video: Cost of Living Crisis analysed

11 May 2022

Depth of crisis revealed in Cardiff University webinar

Video: The Northern Ireland Election 2022

4 May 2022

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre held a webinar ahead of this week’s Assembly elections in Northern Ireland

Call for Participants: Devolved Elections Summer School

28 April 2022

The teams behind the Welsh and Scottish Election Studies are hosting the first Devolved Election Summer School for researchers and academics across the UK

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Northern Ireland election event announced

7 April 2022

Crucial election race to be assessed at Wales Governance Centre webinar

Rishi Sunak

Lower income households and public services to feel the squeeze from higher inflation

24 March 2022

The UK Spring Statement fails to provide targeted support for the worst hit households or to shield public services from rising inflation, according to analysis from Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre

Further support for households may be needed as cost-of-living squeeze continues

11 March 2022

Current measures do not go far enough to offset rise in prices, report concludes

Welsh Police

Stop and Search – extent of racial bias confirmed at First Minister’s Questions

8 March 2022

Data obtained by Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre confirm extent of racial disproportionality

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Devolved voices to speak out on Bill of Rights

24 February 2022

Government Ministers from Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland will set out their perspectives and concerns about the proposals

Graph showing support for protecting devolved powers

Majority of Leave voters reject stripping Senedd powers – Welsh Election Study

22 February 2022

The data confirm that the Leave vote in Wales in the 2016 referendum was not fundamentally linked to scepticism over devolution

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50 Years after Bloody Sunday: Webinar to reflect on legacy

31 January 2022

A Public Interview with leading academics will examine the legacy of Bloody Sunday, 50 years after the events which shaped the course of the conflict in Northern Ireland