Creating a fairer Britain
Face-to-face interviews and digital stories about life in Wales received positive feedback following our first launch in Newport
For our second launch event we travelled to Wrexham to discuss the impact of of prejudice and what needs to change for people to lead confident lives.
Read our findings on the life experiences of Gypsy Travellers, asylum seekers and refugees, transgender people and people with a mental health condition.
We have four digital stories supporting the launch of the research that tell the real life story of people living in Wales. Individuals speak about the attitudes of family, friends and local communities, and also their experiences with public services.
We have pulled together individual supporting documents giving more detail on the feedback and suggestions from asylum seekers and refugees, people living with mental health conditions, transgender people and Gypsy Traveller groups.
In 2008 the Commission in Wales published the first attitudinal research into people’s life experiences in Wales. Who do you see? built a picture of a generally tolerant society but it emerged there were some groups in our society who still experience prejudice, negative attitudes and isolation.
The Who do you see? section also has several supporting documents detailing experiences in different areas of peoples lives. There is also a flash animation that questions our assumptions of individuals.