Materials to support the debate.
The National Assembly in Cardiff, made up of 60 elected Assembly Members, is able to make some laws in the same way as Parliament in London.
The All Wales Convention culminated its public event programme on Thursday 25 June, holding its final ‘Question Time’ debate at Cardiff’s City Hall.
The All Wales Convention asked the people who attended our 23 public events to fill in a questionnaire.
On Monday the 6th of July, Nick Bennett, All Wales Convention Executive Committee member took part in a Bevan Foundation event at the All Nations Centre, Cardiff.
We have been running a radio campaign to publicise each of our 23 public events.
The All Wales Convention commissioned The Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA) to produce a report exploring what potential legislative opportunities may be available to Wales following a referendum.
The All Wales Convention has been travelling around Wales asking people what they think about the devolution debate.
The All Wales Convention commissioned an independent research agency, GfKNOP, to conduct research that will help support its work.
Rhodri Owen presents this short film about the All Wales Convention. Once you’ve watched the film, why not tell us what you think about the issues on our Have Your Say page?
The All Wales Convention has produced a leaflet to introduce the key issues surrounding the debate.