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All Wales Convention

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All Wales Convention

The work of the All Wales Convention is now complete, but this website will remain as a record of our work.

On November 18th 2009 the All Wales Convention's report was submitted to the First Minister Rhodri Morgan, and Deputy First Minister Ieuan Wyn Jones. We would like to thank everybody who contributed to the debate on the Assembly's law-making powers, and all those who provided evidence to inform our report. We believe the report's recommendations deserve serious consideration and decisions on how to proceed are now for the politicians.

Should the Assembly continue getting law-making powers step by step or should powers come all at once? Find out more - get informed. Tell us how you think Wales should work in the future. Join the debate - get engaged.

Find out what people are saying:

Alistair in Cardiff. Ellie in Wrexham Brian in Torfaen Amanda in Monmouth
Iago in Monmouth Josephine in Beaumaris Romy in Trefnant Ann in Abergele

The Report - Click here to read
 

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The All Wales Convention has produced an easy-read leaflet to introduce the key issues relating to the Convention’s work and its report.
Sir Emyr Jones Parry presents this short film in which he summarises the findings of the All Wales Convention’s report.
The All Wales Convention commissioned an independent research agency, GfK NOP, to conduct research that helped support its work.