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Wales must make more of its language skills to create an inclusive nation – Report

A new report from the Learned Society of Wales says Wales must make better use of its language skills to develop a more ‘open, inclusive and empathetic nation.’

Robin Stowell, an Emeritus Professor in the School of Music, Cardiff University and one of the Society’s Fellows has won, along with his co-editor Colin Lawson, the C.B. Oldman prize, 2019, for The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Historical Performance in Music (Cambridge University Pres... Read More

Making the Case for Wales

Marking the recent launch of the Society's 'Wales in the World' report distributed by the Times Higher Education, Prof Peter Halligan wrote the following column in the Western Mail on Oct 12, 2017
"The political environment in the UK post Brexit remains increasingly uncertain,... Read More

Welsh Economic Review – Economic Policies for Peripheral Economies

On 10 May 2016, a special edition of Welsh Economic Review on Economic Policy for Peripheral Economies was launched, featuring papers from the Society’s first International Symposium held at Portmeirion in April 2015, and supported by Bangor University . The aim of the special issue organised by the LSW, and edite... Read More

Growing STEMM Research Capacity in Wales

In the early 1990s, concerns were raised about the performance of Welsh research compared with that of other UK countries. Of particular concern was the low capture of Research Council (RC) funding. Research Council grant capture became a key target for the Welsh Government and HEFCW during the first decade of devoluti... Read More