PhD student Philippa Davies blogs on her placement with a women's sport charity
Dr Rhys Jones explores how Welshness should be embedded in the new schools curriculum
Alice Taylor, WISERD Engagement Manager, shares her experience of engaging at a third sector gathering in Wales
To mark International Women’s Day, we want to create a space for the voices of young, ethnic minority women in the current Brexit process. With EU-UK exit negotiations well underway, this study is an extension of both WISERD’s ‘ Young People and...
Our latest annual report details what we've achieved as an institute throughout 2017
Dr Stuart Fox explores the extent to which attitudes towards the EU are passed between generations
Dr Stuart Fox's paper was featured on the PM programme
Philosophy, Dialogue, and Education: Nine Modern European Philosophers is by Professor W. John Morgan and Alexandre Guilherme
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