Safeguarding the position of EU citizens living in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU – what does the UK propose?

View this post in Welsh | Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg

This article is produced by the National Assembly for Wales’ European and Constitutional Affairs research team as part of its work to keep Members and stakeholders up to date and informed on the ongoing negotiations on Brexit. This is part two of a two part blog on the UK Government’s Safeguarding the position of EU citizens living in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU policy paper. The first was published on 29 June and provided some background and context to this stage of the negotiations. This article sets out some of the key aspects of the UK Government’s recent policy paper.

Keep Reading

Safeguarding the position of EU citizens living in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU – what does it mean for Wales?

View this post in Welsh | Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg

This article is produced by the National Assembly of Wales’ European and Constitutional Affairs team as part of its work to keep its stakeholders up to date and informed on the ongoing negotiations on Brexit. This is part one of a two part blog on the UK Government’s Safeguarding the position of EU citizens living in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU policy paper. This sets out the context of the paper, while part two sets out the substance of it.

Keep Reading

What might a Great Repeal Bill mean for Wales? The Assembly’s External Affairs Committee has set out its view on the Legislating for Brexit White Paper.

Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg | View this post in Welsh

On 30 March 2017 the then UK Government published its White Paper on Legislating for the United Kingdom’s Withdrawal from the European Union. Essentially the White Paper set out the changes the UK Government believed would need to be made to the law and legal frameworks in the UK in preparation for the UK’s exit from the EU.

Keep Reading

Post Compulsory Education and Training Consultation: A single regulatory and funding body for FE and HE?

Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg | View this post in Welsh

On Tuesday 20 June 2017 the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams, will make a statement on Post Compulsory Education and Training Consultation. This is likely to be the announcement of the consultation on the Welsh Government’s plans to implement its response to Professor Ellen Hazelkorn’s report, Towards 2030: A framework for building a world-class post-compulsory education system for Wales.

Keep Reading

What is social prescribing?

View this post in Welsh | Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg

Ahead of the plenary debate on social prescribing scheduled for Tuesday 23 May 2017, this article briefly summarises what is meant by the term ‘social prescribing’, the existing evidence base for this approach, and how social prescribing is being taken forward in Wales.

Keep Reading