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Stories from our doorway

6/3/18 Cathy Madge

Our offices are right in the middle of Cardiff city centre, whatever’s happening on St Mary Street, we know about it. The entrance to the building, which is shared with...

Power to the Bump

27/1/18 Sophie Howe

As someone who has had five pregnancies whilst trying to progress a career I am very excited to see Jacinda Ardern the newly elected New Zealand Prime Minister announce her...

Making blue the warmest colour

13/1/18 Kate Carr

First week of January and those of us back in work are raring to go – one week later and the ‘January blues’ hit – it’s not just the cold...

Gwnewch glas y lliw cynhesaf

13/1/18 Kate Carr

Yr wythnos gyntaf ym mis Ionawr ac mae’r rhai hynny ohonom sydd yn ôl yn y gwaith ar dân dros gychwyn a bwrw ati unwaith eto. Wythnos yn ddiweddarach a...

Economic development cannot be delivered without social improvement

29/11/17 Sophie Howe

Embedding public value within the heart of the activities of Cardiff Business School, is a unique feature of the school.  

Na all datblygiad economaidd gael ei gyflawni heb welliant cymdeithasol

29/11/17 Sophie Howe

Mae gwneud gwerth cyhoeddus yn rhan hanfodol o'u gweithgareddau yn nodwedd unigryw Ysgol Fusnes Caerdydd.

Wales can be a global leader in eradicating violence against women and girls

24/11/17 Sophie Howe

The White Ribbon Campaign and the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, allows us to look at how far we’ve come here in Wales in ending male...

Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma: making policy reality 

23/11/17 Sophie Howe

For our younger generation, housing is undoubtedly one of the most difficult challenges they face.  

The challenges of future housing

17/11/17 Sophie Howe

Sometimes when we talk about housing, we get very caught up in the technicalities, the regulations, planning and specifics, that we forget that we're really talking about is home.

If you think our governance structure is messy take comfort

1/11/17 Sophie Howe

When you hear about how things work elsewhere you tend to compare it to what you know and are used to. In that regard learning about how America is governed...

It takes a village…

1/11/17 Sophie Howe

I’m fortunate to have a job where I see lots of people doing lots of amazing things (occasionally the reverse too) but a project that I visited whilst in Austin...

Travelling Stateside

27/10/17 Sophie Howe

Just over a year ago, not long after taking up my post as Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, I was approached by the American Embassy to ask if I would...