How fair is Wales? sets the Triennial review in a Wales context, providing independent evidence to measure progress towards equality, good relations and human rights. It offers a new perspective on some persistent inequalities and identifies some new challenges.

Delegates at the Facts about Wales conference in CardiffEvent launches

Our conferences gave over 150 guests the opportunity to explore the findings of our landmark reports How fair is Wales? and Economic Inequality in Wales.

An anatomy of economic inequality in Wales

In collaboration with the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD) ‘An anatomy of economic inequality in Wales’ looks at the facts about economic inequality Wales in a new and challenging way.

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An agenda for fairness

How Fair is Wales? highlights the specific challenges that face Wales over the next five years. In doing so we set an ‘agenda for fairness’ for Wales.

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How Fair is Britain

In October 2010 the Commission published its first Triennial Review, How fair is Britain? This is the first of a series of reviews that will be presented to Parliament every three years. We recommend everyone takes a look - it contains a wealth of useful data.