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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What Works in Tackling Poverty – Preliminary Findings

PPIW What Works in Tackling Poverty – Preliminary Findings. The PPIW recently hosted an event publicise the preliminary findings of the four tackling poverty projects. The event gave attendees the opportunity to hear the early findings from the projects as well as feed in ideas. The information below is a…

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Working Together to Close the Democratic Deficit

Throughout this week we are discussing diversity in local government.  This discussion follows a request from Welsh Ministers to PPIW to provide expert advice on increasing diversity in local government.  On Tuesday, Dame Jane Roberts gave her opinion on the topic and yesterday Diverse Cymru discussed their work in relation to increasing representation of Black, Minority,…

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What Would Work as a Viable Alternative to Payday Loans?

Last week saw the launch of four major new research projects that will advance understanding of effective strategies for tackling poverty.  This important new research is part of the What Works in Tackling Poverty programme which is being led by the Public Policy Institute for Wales.  Victoria Boelman and Alice Sachrajda, from the Young Foundation, are leading…

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Harnessing Growth Sectors for Poverty Reduction

Today sees the launch of four major new research projects that will advance understanding of effective strategies for tackling poverty.  This important new research is part of the What Works in Tackling Poverty programme which is being led by the Public Policy Institute for Wales.  Professor Anne Green is leading…

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