It’s hard to think of a more troubling year in living memory. But the public health crisis has, perhaps counter-intuitively, put issues of democracy at the forefront.
Posted 03 Dec 2020
We are calling for four priorities for reform by the next Welsh Government, and ask for radical commitments in the party manifestos ahead of the 2021 elections:
Posted 22 Oct 2020
We ask young people across Wales for their ideas on how to improve political education.
Posted 28 Nov 2018
How diverse our elected representatives are is an issue that goes to the very heart of our democracy.
Posted 11 Jul 2018
How do people across Wales feel about politics? We spoke with people across Wales about how they feel about politics and how it can be improved.
Posted 11 Dec 2017
Increasing the number of AMs would require adjustment in current electoral arrangements – but how, and on what basis, should this be done?
Posted 01 Oct 2016
Over the next five years, the Assembly will gain new powers over elections. There’s a real opportunity for Wales to develop new ways of running elections.
Posted 01 May 2016
The early promise of gender equality in the National Assembly for Wales has stalled and now risks falling back.
Posted 01 Apr 2016
Whilst political disengagement affects all ages, the sense of disconnection from formal politics is most acute amongst young people.
Posted 26 Mar 2015
The evidence suggests that the capacity constraints resulting from the fact that the National Assembly for Wales has only 60 Members is a real barrier to good government.
Posted 26 Mar 2014