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Date: Mar 2017

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Rate of Syrian refugee resettlement to Wales falls

New figures released today by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) today [Thursday 25 May] have shown that only 75 refugees from Syrian were welcomed to Wales between January and March this year. ...

Oxfam Cymru statement in response to the National Assembly debate on International Women’s Day

Responding to the International Women's Day debate in the National Assembly for Wales, Head of Oxfam Cymru Kirsty Davies-Warner said: ...

We want a Wales where local services are designed with people at their heart

In Wales almost a quarter of people live in relative poverty.  ...

We want a Wales that offers a warm welcome to refugees and asylum seekers

It is easy to feel powerless when the latest figures show that more than 65 million people have been forced to flee their homes by terrifying conflict and violence, millions more by natural disaster...

We want a Wales fit for today and fit for the future

Communities in Wales are facing significant challenges. Rising in-work poverty shows that work isn't necessarily the best way out of poverty. ...

We want a Wales where everyone is paid at least the Living Wage

On 4 May 2017, people across Wales have a chance to have their say on how their local area is run. ...

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