Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

How should Wales project itself on the world stage?

As the Welsh rugby team compete for a place in the world cup final in Yokohama – with Japanese and Welsh fans singing ‘Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau’ and ‘Calon Lan’ in support – an event on Monday will consider how Wales should project itself on the world stage, and make better use of its sof... Read More

The Society at the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol

This year’s national Eisteddfod is taking place 3-10 August. The Maes this year is Llanrwst in Conwy County. The Society is hosting and supporting events throughout the Eisteddfod, which you can read about below. A number of our Fellows are also getting involved with the Eisteddfod in various ways, which are outline... Read More

Our Future Health – the Society’s lecture series for 2019

In the 70th anniversary year of the NHS, the Learned Society of Wales is pleased to announce a set of prestigious lectures on health in Wales and beyond. The series will be launched in Cardiff on 17 January 2019 with a major speech by Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, looking at what the n... Read More

2018 International Symposium

We were delighted to host the third Learned Society of Wales International Symposium at Magdalene College, Cambridge from 11 to 13 September. Focusing on The Ethics of Sustainable Prosperity for All, the event was attended by 57 participants, including 11 Fellows and guests from South Africa, Australia and Swe... Read More

Exchanging Ideas Seminar Series 2017

The Assembly’s Research Service has joined forces with the Learned Society of Wales to develop a new unique seminar series aimed at promoting evidence-led policy and providing Assembly Members with the opportunity to learn, exchange and discuss new ideas with leading academic experts. The Exchanging Ideas Seminar ... Read More