Vaughan Roderick will be this year’s guest speaker in BBC Radio Wales’s annual Patrick Hannan Lecture.
Born and brought up in Cardiff, Vaughan is BBC Wales’ Welsh Affairs Editor and presenter of weekly political shows on Radio Wales and Radio Cymru.
The Foundational Economy - What Is It? Why Does It Matter And What Difference Can It Make To Communities in Wales?
The Institute of Welsh Affairs hosts a discussion chaired by Derek Walker of the Wales Cooperative Centre and Jonah Earle of Economy.
More details to follow.
This seminar reflects on the role and contribution of language strategies in language promotion efforts both in Wales and in other prominent cases of regional and minority language promotion in Europe and beyond. What do they do? How do we use them? Do we need to critically reflect on their contribution to language promotion?
Cardiff University JOMEC Research Team conclusions from 10 years of research on how broadcasters report devolved issues in Wales.
Cerys Furlong, Chwarae Teg chief executive chairs a panel of former and future AMs to discuss how gender equality was achieved in the first Assembly and how that success can be built upon in order to achieve a more representative and diverse Senedd for the future.
The relationship between the media and politics has never been more important – nor more fractious. As people get their news from a variety of sources, new channels of media has radically altered the way that government institutions operate, the way political leaders communicate, the manner in which elections are contested and citizen engagement.
In July, the National Assembly for Wales held its first Citizens Assembly as part of its programme of events to note 20 years of devolution. This session will look at the process of setting up the Citizens Assembly, participant experiences and the recommendations collected during the weekend.