Asylum and refugee issues remain a hot topic in political debate, and we aim to ensure politicians and government are aware of how policies are affecting the lives of asylum seekers and refugees in Wales.

We provide responses to various consultations on the issues affecting asylum seekers and refugees, and we are happy to share our expertise with politicians and civil servants from all parties and levels of government.

Title Date Summarysort descending
Welsh Language Scheme 09/2011 Consultation response to the Welsh Language Scheme of the Arts Council for Wales
Residential Care for Older People 12/2011 Respond to the Health and Social Care Committee of the National Assembly for Wales’ Consultation on the Inquiry into Residential Care for Older People in Wales
Civil Bid Rounds for 2010 Contracts 01/2010 Response on the direct experiences of asylum seekers
Draft Human Transplantation (Wales) Bill 09/2012 Response to consent to organ and tissue donation in Wales
Social Services (Wales) Bill 05/2012 Response to maintaining and enhancing the wellbeing of people in need
Remit Review 11/2012 Response to the BBC Trust Review including factual reporting of asylum seekers and refugees
Grant Changes 01/2013 Response to the changes in Equality, Inclusion & Human Rights Grants
Continuing Education 09/2011 Response to the Continuing Professional Education and Learning Framework for social workers
Qualifications Review 09/2012 Response to the Review of qualifications for 14-19 year olds in Wales
Single Equality Scheme 01/2009 Response to the Welsh Government single equality scheme
Equality and Inclusion Grant 07/2015 Response to Welsh Government review of its Equality and Inclusion Grant
Strategic Equality Objectives 07/2015 Response to Welsh Government's review of its Strategic Equality Objectives
Together for Mental Health 07/2012 Response to ‘Together for Mental Health - a Cross-Government strategy for mental health and well-being in Wales’
Draft Guidance for Substance Misuse Education 09/2012 Review and opinions on the draft guidance
Active Travel (Wales) Bill 09/2012 Review and opinions on the draft guidance.
Violence against Women 02/2013 Review to include the “Right to be Safe” Strategy
Measuring Child Poverty 02/2013 WRC urge the UK Government to consider the definition of child poverty according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef)


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