PPIW Focus Weeks

Brexit will dominate political debates for the foreseeable future.  However there are some fundamental policy challenges in Wales that aren’t going away whatever the outcome of the UK negotiations with the EU. How to secure economic growth and high quality jobs? How to satisfy increasing demand for health and social…

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Food Policy as Public Policy – Next Steps.

A national food policy needs to address the pressing challenges facing modern food systems to ensure that food from its production through to its consumption is sustainably managed into the foreseeable future. How do we do this? A first step is to identify these challenges and a second step is…

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PPIW Second Anniversary Event – In Pictures

On Monday 21st March, 2016, PPIW was delighted to welcome colleagues to celebrate our Second Anniversary, at the Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University. This event marked PPIW’s achievements over the last year, and examined the current evidence ecosystem in Wales, and the potential needs of the next Welsh Government. Joining us…

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