Children in Wales have launched a new guide for care experienced young people on good contact in care.
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The Assembly Commission of the National Assembly for Wales has produced a consultation on the recommendations made by the Expert Panel on Assembly Electoral Reform.
Come and join us at our Young Wales celebratory event for young people at the National Museum for Wales, Cardiff on Tuesday, 23 March from 5.30pm – 8pm.
This St David’s Day the National Assembly for Wales are hosting a Gig in the Senedd.
Last October Young Wales facilitated a young people’s question time session in the Wales Millennium Centre, and now two videos of the events have been produced.
Welsh Government has announced plans to change the ways that local democracy will work, after a consultation last year received 1000 responses.
Under the new proposals, 16 and 17 year olds will be allowed to vote in council elections, as well as foreign nationals legally resident in Wales.
The Public Health (Wales) Act 2017 came into force on the 01 February 2018 and makes the intimate piercing of people under the age of 18 an offence, as well as making arrangements to perform an intimate piercing on someone under 18.
The Live Fear Free campaign, the Welsh Government’s resources to tackle violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence has launched “THIS IS ME”.
The This Is Me campaign hopes to challenge our ideas about gender by asking people to talk about their experiences online using #ThisIsMe.