A blog co-written by WISERD's Dr Sioned Pearce for the National Assembly for Wales Research Service
Alice Taylor, WISERD Engagement Manager, shares her experience of engaging at a third sector gathering in Wales
Our latest annual report details what we've achieved as an institute throughout 2017
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...
Our researchers at the University of South Wales investigate
WISERD's Dr Orford from Cardiff University was featured on BBC Radio 4's 'You and Yours' programme exploring why rates of empty shops are higher in Wales than elsewhere in the UK.
WISERD’s bespoke analytical tools were used in a Welsh Government research project to assess whether the existing supply of childcare in Wales can cope with the increased demand due from a change in Government policy. The research and analysis was...
As part of the WISERD Cardiff lunchtime seminar series, Dr Ian Thomas reported recent findings from his exploration into the Internet’s effects on sexuality. He questions whether the Internet is an intermediary and/or a mediator, and whether it is...