For the past 30 years there has been substantial focus in the UK on the issues related to the physical size and condition of schools, and how it may affect pupils’ academic progress, achievement and overall school experience. Young people’s...
Dr Helen Blakely examines in the context of her work around the former Six Bells colliery
The new project will explore the promotion of human rights and social justice in the two countries
Dr Peter Mackie contributed to an enquiry on rough sleeping
Dr Ian Stafford asks what we really mean by transparency in government, and whether it actually restores trust
Prof Sally Power was quoted in the Western Mail
Dr Stuart Fox suggests there was no real increase in youth turnout at last year's election
13% of shops on Welsh high streets were vacant in 2017
In 2014 we embarked on a comparative study of two villages in North East Wales. Our research focused on how people come together in local areas – in clubs, societies and groups – and observed how such association is changing. We spent two years...
A recent call from MPs to put a 25p levy on disposable coffee cups , and bans on plastic products cropping up across the country, show that the UK is getting serious about tackling collective individual behaviour which threatens the environment....