Cytûn has, since the advent of the National Assembly for Wales in May 1999 produced several papers on devolution. In June 2020, Cytûn published a think-piece jointly with the Welsh Centre for International Affairs and the Wales Council for Voluntary
TUMULTUOUS SENEDD TERM COMES TO AN END The afternoon of Wednesday, March 24 saw the end of the fifth term of the Welsh Assembly, now the Senedd (Welsh Parliament). Like the fourth term, it ended with the final vote resulting
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TUMULTUOUS SENEDD TERM COMES TO AN END The afternoon of Wednesday, March 24 saw the end of the fifth term of the Welsh Assembly, now the Senedd (Welsh Parliament). Like the fourth term, it ended with the final vote resultingRead more
CAN CHURCHES AND NATION BUILD BACK BETTER? The churches of Wales, like the nation as a whole, have for a year focused on the various effects of Covid-19 and the legal restrictions on our work. As well as providing informationRead more
FOOD BANK USAGE ON THE RISE DURING PANDEMIC New figures released in November reveal that food banks in the Trussell Trust’s network across Wales provided 70,393 emergency parcels to people in crisis between April and September. 25,475 of these parcels wentRead more
Briefing on the Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill 2020 and the Schools Curriculum for Wales 2022
On 6 July 2020, Welsh Government published the Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill, together with a suite of background documents. The Bill is intended to provide the legal underpinning for the new Curriculum for Wales, published in January 2020for introductionRead more
More people may be considering voting by post for the elections on the 6th of May this year. You can apply to vote by post as a one-off for a single election or for a longer period. To get aRead more
A BRIEFING FROM UK CHURCHES, FEBRUARY 2021 In November 2020, the UK Chancellor announced the Government’s intention to significantly reduce the budget for international development, arguing that the costs of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic meant a temporary cut wasRead more
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