ITV Wales Political Editor Adrian Masters hosts a European Parliamentary elections hustings and Question Time with the lead candidates in the Euro elections
In the second of the Senedd Papers series respected economist Gerald Holtham, former chair of the Holtham Commission, looks at the devolution of some tax powers to Wales and suggests an alternative method of collecting Council Tax.
Join us for a panel discussion on what has been a highly controversial topic over recent months.
Health Minister Mark Drakeford and Chair of Public Health Wales, Professor Sir Mansel Aylward explain and debate the challenges around implementing 'prudent healthcare'.
Following a highly successful awards ceremony in 2013, tickets are now on sale for the 2014 awards ceremony.
Is there a future for rural Wales? How do current procurement policies help or hinder the long-term sustainability of Wales?
The link between poverty and lower educational achievement in Wales has been difficult to break. In Wales a child living in poverty will perform over 30% poorer at age 14 than a child not in poverty.
Numerous initiatives have been brought in, but through all of this, how do we know what works?
For our annual economy conference we've assembled a first rate range of experts and participants in the debate to ask can the City Regions move from aspiration to reality?
The announcement that a new prison is to be built in Wrexham has seen the UK Government highlight the jobs and wealth a titan prison will bring to the area. However, since then analysts have suggested that the prison, destined to be the one of the largest in Europe, may not fulfil these claims. Join the IWA as we debate this vital issue where it matters, Wrexham.
This is the second in the new series of IWA professional training courses. The one day course will give an understanding of how to influence the Welsh Government and the National Assembly of Wales.
Following the emphatic Yes vote in 2011 on extending the powers of the National Assembly, and the reporting of both parts of the Silk Commission on Devolution in Wales’s work, now is the time to start debating the next step on Wales’ constitutional journey.
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The Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales, Prof Julie Williams, in conversation with Science Made Simple Director Wendy Sadler on why men are six times more likely to work in science, technology, engineering and maths.
This is the first in a new series of IWA Professionals training events. The day course will provide a general introduction into the structures of decision making in Wales, and the forces that influence them.
Only three days after the publication of the Silk Commission's second report, join Paul Silk and prominent members of the Commission in an exclusive discussion on the impact, and the legacy of the report.
On the eve of Wales' crucial match against France the IWA invites you inside the players dressing room of the Millennium Stadium for an evening with WRU writer-in-residence Owen Sheers.
Professor Karel Williams argues as the Thatcher/Blair experiment comes apart on its own contradictions. This is a free event is offered by FSB Wales in conjunction with Cardiff University Business School
Launch event for awards to honour those who have made an important contribution to Welsh life.
Launch of the first in a series of new discussion papers, the Senedd Papers.
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