Information about events that have been held.
The Chair of the All Wales Convention, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, was joined by fellow Convention Executive Committee members Aled Edwards and John Jones to host a Hawl i Holi (Ask the Convention) event at the National Eisteddfod in Bala.
Ambivalent showing for more devolution powers at Royal Welsh
Leading Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion businesses have their say
Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention, made a commitment to meet with every County Council in Wales during 2009.
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.
On Monday the 29th of June, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention took part in Capita’s 7th Annual Governance in Wales Conference at the Marriott Hotel, Cardiff.
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 held their last evidence gathering session in Cardiff on Thursday the 25th June in City Hall.
On Tuesday the 23rd of June, Shan Aston, All Wales Convention Executive Committee Member, took part in the Women’s Institute’s Public Affairs Conference in Newtown.
The All Wales Convention’s publicity trailer visited the Capitol shopping Centre, Cardiff on Tuesday 23 June. This marked the fifth road show that the All Wales Convention has staged in Wales in a bid to seek public opinion.
The All Wales Convention visited Newport last week, to host its 21st public event.
The All Wales Convention went to mid Wales to hear evidence from people in Powys in the evidence gathering session held in Llandrindod County Hall.
The All Wales Convention held an evidence gathering session in Ty Hywel, Cardiff Bay.
The All Wales Convention visited Llanhilleth Institute in Blaenau Gwent last week, to host its 20th public event.
An evidence gathering session concentrating on Europe and local government issues was held by the All Wales Convention in Aberdare Hall, Cardiff University.
The All Wales Convention visited Victoria Park Community Centre in The Vale of Glamorgan last week, to host its 19th public event.
The All Wales Convention held an evidence gathering session concentrating on the media and local government issues in Ty Hywel, Cardiff Bay.
At the Urdd National Eisteddfod, the All Wales Convention encouraged the assembled youth of Wales to share their views, as part of its ongoing public consultation on options for more law-making powers for the National Assembly.
On Tuesday the 19th of May, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention, took part in the Wales TUC Annual Conference at Venue Cymru, Llandudno.
The All Wales Convention visited Monmouthshire on Thursday 14 May, holding its seventh ‘Question Time’ event at Monmouth Leisure Centre.
The All Wales Convention held an evidence gathering session in City Hall, Cardiff on the 14th May.
The All Wales Convention visited Cwm Golau Integrated Children’s Centre in Pentrebach, Merthyr Tydfil, on Wednesday 13 May to host a ‘family day’ event.
The All Wales Convention met up with young people at the Council for Education and World Citizenship (CEWC) event held in Tŷ Hywel on Tuesday 12 May.
An evidence gathering session was held by the All Wales Convention at The Guildhall, Wrexham County Council Offices on the 23rd April.
The All Wales Convention visited Glyndwr University in Wrexham last week, to host its 16th public event.
The All Wales Convention went back to school on Wednesday 22 April, visiting Bryn Coch School in Mold for their sixth ‘Question Time’ style event.
The All Wales Convention visited Denbigh Town Hall in Denbighshire last week, to host its 14th public event.
On Saturday the 18th of April, the All Wales Convention Secretariat took part in the Funky Dragon 2009 Grand Council Residential at Morfa Bay, Pendine.
On April 3rd 2009 John Jones met with the school council of Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern on Anglesey.
A busy evidence gathering session was held at Newport Council Offices on the 2nd April by the All Wales Convention.
The All Wales Convention visited the Pontypridd RFC in Rhondda Cynon Taf last week, to host its thirteenth public event.
The All Wales Convention visited Cwmbran Stadium in Torfaen on 1 April to host a fifth ‘Question Time’ style event.
The All Wales Convention visited The Monty Club in Newtown, Powys on 24 March to host a fourth ‘Question Time’ style event.
The All Wales Convention held an evidence gathering session in Cardiff County Hall on the 20th March.
The All Wales Convention visited The Grand Theatre in Swansea on 10 March to host a third ‘Question Time’ style event.
The All Wales Convention’s evidence gathering session in Swansea was held on the 10th March at The Guildhall.
The All Wales Convention visited the Haverfordwest Farmers Market on Friday 6 March, completing the fourth stop of its roadshow.
School gates opened to welcome the Chair of the All Wales Convention.
The All Wales Convention visited the Quins Rugby Club in Carmarthen last week, to host its eighth public event.
A short evidence gathering session was held in Carmarthen at the Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services on the 5th March.
The All Wales Convention visited the National Library of Wales in Aberystywth last week to host its second ‘Question Time’ event.
Another busy evidence gathering session took place at Gwynedd Council, Penrallt offices, with another four sets of individuals and organisations giving evidence to a panel of Executive Committee members.
The All Wales Convention visited the village of Newborough in Anglesey last week to host its first ‘Question Time’ event.
The All Wales Convention hit the road again with its touring road show, completing its fifth public event in Bangor.
Sir Emyr encourages the people of Bangor to join the debate.
The All Wales Convention visited Venue Cymru in Llandudno last week to host its fourth public event.
President of The University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, returns to deliver an important message to staff and students.
Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention headed back to the lecture theatre on Friday to talk to the students of Swansea University.
The Workers Educational Association played host in February to a lecture delivered by All Wales Convention chair, Sir Emyr Jones Parry.
On February 12th A’ Level students from eight schools across Wales arrived at the National Assembly building in Cardiff Bay for a politics conference.
Chair of the All Wales Convention delivers his first university lecture on law-making powers in Wales.
Despite the snow falling, the first Evidence Gathering Session went ahead at Cardiff City Hall on February 5th 2009.
The All Wales Convention braved the snowy weather last week and completed its third public event in Caerphilly.
Shopping for opinions.
Healthy debate and a curry were on the menu at our first ever All Wales Convention public event. Over 80 people converged at the Seaside Social and Labour Club on a cold January night in Aberavon, Port Talbot.
Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the all Wales Convention, will be speaking to the CBI Wales Council Meeting on the 11th December 2008.
The Young Farmer’s Clubs of Wales hosted an event on behalf of the All Wales Convention at the Royal Welsh Winter Fair on Tuesday 2 December 2008.
Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention will be speaking at the CIPFA Wales Cymru Annual Conference in Cardiff on the 27 November 2008.
Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention, recently made a return visit to his primary school.
In the late afternoon of the 24th of October the Chair of the Convention, Sir Emyr Jones Parry and member of the Executive Committee, Shereen Williams co-chaired a meeting of representatives from the CEMVO network in Swansea.
Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention, attended the Institute of Directors - Wales meeting in Swansea on 24 October.
Sir Emyr Jones Parry addressed the Welsh Local Government Association’s annual conference at Llandudno on 10 October 2008.
We were pleased on Thursday to be able to host an event in Caernarfon for local community and voluntary groups - to give their representatives a first opportunity to see what the Convention's work was all about.
Sir Emyr attended a community and voluntary sector event at Pembrokeshire College on Friday 26 September 2008 which was jointly organised by Joan Asby, chief officer of PLANED (Pembrokeshire Local Action Network for Enterprise and Development) and Sue Leonard Chief Officer of PAVS (Pembrokeshire As ...
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The Convention is keen to get out and about, spreading the message about the need for a debate in Wales on devolution and lawmaking powers for the Assembly – and on 11 September Sally Hyman, a member of the Convention’s executive committee, took the message to the Carmarthenshire Partnership’s Annu ...
We packed out the National Assembly for Wales stand for a question and answer session at the Eisteddfod in Cardiff. It was standing room only at the back!