#skillsseptember – A Ddylai Robotiad Siarad Cymraeg? (Should robots speak Welsh?)

18/9/18

During the Summer, we hosted our first event at the National Eisteddfod in Cardiff Bay. The subject of debate was,...

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Future transport in the capital city – guest blog by Councillor Caro Wild

17/9/18

Cardiff is a really exciting place at the moment. We have a young and fast-growing city, with jobs being created,...

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#ProudToBeMe by Iestyn Wyn, Stonewall Cymru

25/8/18

This weekend people across Wales will come together to celebrate equality and diversity at Pride Cymru.

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Promoting well-being and compassion across generations in our communities by Karen Hamer, Mental Health Nurse

4/7/18

I’ve been a Mental Health Nurse for 34 years . Two years ago, I set up a Partnership with Grifithstown...

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New post-grad course takes on Future Generations’ challenges Guest blog by Leighton Andrews

13/6/18

The Well-being of Future Generations Act challenges Welsh public bodies to take action on the biggest threats facing Wales, working...

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Places fit for the future by Carole-Anne Davies, Design Commission for Wales

5/4/18 Eurgain Powell

The world recently mourned the loss of one of our greatest scientific minds, Stephen Hawking. A man who famously said,...

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TriMet: Transit Agency Takes an Innovative Approach to Sustainability

27/2/18

TriMet provides bus, light rail and commuter rail service in the Portland, Oregon, region, with a service boundary of more...

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Guest blog by Sarah Stone, Executive Director, Samaritans Wales – Local action saves lives

19/12/17

One of the early conversations I had when I first joined Samaritans was with an organisation with which we were...

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Guest Blog by Sian Tomos, Arts Council of Wales – Investing in our artists is investing in our future

6/6/17

As I write, President Trump looks set to pull the United States of America out of the Paris global climate...

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