Helen Birtwhistle explains why health and sport organisations need to cooperate.
A panel debate
For decades Plaid Cymru have stood accused of sympathising with Fascism during the 1930s. The publication of Richard Wyn Jones’s book on ‘Welsh Nationalism and the Accusation of Fascism’ in English earlier this year challenged the charges against Plaid. But in one of a series of new essay for the IWA discussing the claims, Tim Williams, one of the leaders of the No campaign in the 1997 referendum, offers a robust rebuttal. The essayists will debate the claims in a panel debate.
Conference Room 24, National Assembly, Cardiff CF99 1NA. 17:30 to 20:00
Is there a future for rural Wales? How do current procurement policies help or hinder the long-term sustainability of Wales?
Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University
What kind of energy policy do we want for Wales?
As part of the National Conversation on 'The Wales We Want', the Institute of Welsh Affairs, Cynnal Cymru and the Commissioner for Sustainable Futures are holding an Energy Summit to debate how we meet Wales' energy supply, security needs and resilience by 2050.
This event will bring together the key figures in a conversation on what is the best option for Wales' energy future to inform a report by Peter Davies, the Commissioner for Sustainable Futures, to the First Minister's Energy Group.
Butetown Community Centre, Loudoun Square, Cardiff, CF10 5JA 09:00 to 16:30
In the second IWA debate leading figures will come together and debate inward investment in Wales, as we ask whether it's time for a fresh approach?
Eversheds, 1 Callaghan Square, Cardiff, CF10 5BT
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Darlith yr Eisteddfod Sefydliad Materion Cymreig gan Simon Brooks
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