Today in Wales 24% of people are living in poverty, and most of those people are women. Women are consistently over-represented in low paid, part time, insecure and temporary work.

Oxfam Cymru commissioned three discreet but interlinked pieces of research looking at decent work for women in Wales, and each brings a distinct perspective and set of recommendations to the table.

Joining Auriol Miller to discuss the findings of the research and the recommendations are:

  • Natasha Davies, Chwarae Teg
  • Dr Claire Evans, Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Chris Johnes, Building Communities Trust

You can listen to the podcast here.

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We’re working every day to bring the right people together and generate the ideas to make Wales a world-leading force.

We’re independent of government and political parties. We provide a much-needed space for open, transparent debate about the ideas that can make Wales better.

To continue to do this, we need people like you to join us.

Join us today and you’ll be supporting vital work that’s making our country better than ever.

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