Adam Evans unpacks the travails of a Prime Minister whose concessions only feeds the zealotry of his Eurosceptic right
In association with, Cardiff University and The Waterloo Foundation and supported by Cardiff Food Council, Soil Association, Cynnal Cymru, Organic Centre Wales, Cardiff City Council, Public Health Wales, Welsh Local Government Association, Cardiff Riverside Market, Natural Resources Wales
Bringing together representatives from all key sectors, the event will explore the obstacles and opportunities for action, showcase innovation and promote a new level collaboration on healthy and sustainable food, from national policy to local practice.
Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University 9.00am - 4.45pm
IWA Coffee Shop Debate @ Chapter - “Restoring our wildlife – why investing in our natural capital could give Wales the economic edge and true sustainability” - RSPB Cymru’s Director Katie-jo Luxton Entry is free
Chapter, Market Street, Canton, Cardiff 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Following a highly successful awards ceremony in 2012, tickets are now on sale for the 2013 awards ceremony.
Cardiff City Hall, 7.00pm - midnight
To celebrate Father's Day 2013, IWA Women is holding a coffee shop debate aimed at fathers of daughters who want equality for their children. Join us for some lively debate. Entry Free
First Space, Chapter, Cardiff 6.30pm - 7.30pm
This year’s annual Co-operative Cymru/Wales Conference - in association with the Institute of Welsh Affairs - will explore the benefits that co-operative principles and practice can bring to the Welsh education system.
SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff 9.00am - 4.00pm
Why do pictures matter? with Peter Lord. Join us for some lively debate. Entry Free
Chapter, Canton, Cardiff 6.30pm - 7.30pm
This book argues that, far from being an alien, English import, the big society is more Welh than English.Read more and order online > 25/25 Vision Welsh horizons across 50 years
To mark the 25th anniversary of the Institute of Welsh Affairs 25 authors cast their minds back over their experience of the past quarter-of-a-century and reflect on what this inspires them to hope for in the next 25 years.Read more and order online >