Huw Williams reviews 'Wales Unchained' by Daniel G. Williams.
On Thursday 24th September, we’ll be launching our recommendations from our projact 'Let's talk cancer' and putting them to the Deputy Minister for Health, and each of the political parties as part of a panel discussion.
Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay, CF10 4PZ, 8:30am-10am
The IWA Cardigan Bay Branch hosts an Economic Conference on how Cardigan Bay can punch above its weight economically.
Main Hall, International Politics Building, Aberystwyth University, Penglais Campus, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 3FE, 13.30-17.30
The second annual Cardiff Media Summit is being held on November 11th at the Wales Millennium Centre to discuss the findings of the IWA's Media Audit which will be launched ahead of the conference.
This is a major survey of the media in Wales – across print, broadcast and online and in Welsh and English – which is being carried out by the IWA's media policy group and academics, and will include data and commentary on the state of the Welsh media.
BBC Director of Strategy, the former Culture Secretary, James Purnell, will be delivering the keynote address on the challenges facing the BBC ahead of Charter Renewal and the future of the licence fee.
Other speakers include Jonathan Grun, Emeritus Editor, Press Association; Ian McKenzie, Nations & Regions Manager, Channel 4; Elan Closs Stephens, BBC National Trustee for Wales; Blair Jenkins, former senior executive, STV & BBC Scotland; former Independent Editor Ian Hargreaves; John McVay, CEO, PACT and former Radio Wales editor Sali Collins.
Preseli Room, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, CF10 5AL 0930 - 1700
The Institute of Welsh Affairs' annual AGM is being held in the Preseli Room of the Wales Millennium Centre from 6pm - 9pm, members are invited to attend and feed in their ideas for future IWA projects.
Preseli Room, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay, CF10 5AL. 6pm - 9pm
The IWA's third Senedd Paper is 'Good Food For All' by Professor Kevin Morgan.Read more and order online > IWA Constitutional Convention report
Running from January to March 2015, the IWA's Constitutional Convention asked 12,000 people across the country about Wales' future.
Read more and order online >