CCRI director, Professor Janet Dwyer, has contributed to a new report, just published, called ‘After Brexit: 10 key questions for rural policy in Wales’. The report stems from a workshop held earlier in the year at Aberystwyth University
Janet’s report for the Public Policy Institute for Wales – ‘The Implications of Brexit for Agriculture, Rural Areas and Land Use in Wales’ – is cited in FarmingUK in respect of Wales’ Rural Affairs Secretary’s visit to Spain
CCRI Director, Janet Dwyer, was invited to give evidence relating to Brexit and agriculture to the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee at the National Assembly for Wales in Senedd on 21st May 2018.
An interview with CCRI Director, Professor Janet Dwyer, was broadcast on BBC 1 West (Regional News) yesterday. The interview referred to Janet’s recently published report written for the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW), entitled ‘The Implications of Brexit for Agriculture, Rural Areas and Land Use in Wales’.
A report written for the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW), authored by Janet Dwyer, ‘The Implications of Brexit for Agriculture, Rural Areas and Land Use in Wales, has been cited in different media, including today’s (5th February) BBC News and BBC Wales.
Professor Janet Dwyer’s report for the Public Policy Institute for Wales, entitled The Implications of Brexit for Agriculture, Rural Areas and Land Use in Wales has been published online this week. The report suggests how the anticipated changes to trading conditions and relationships might leave Welsh agriculture in a disadvantaged position compared to its main trading competitors after 2022.
John Powell recently visited a common in South Wales which has been the focus of many battles over recent times, but the one that took place while he was there was a little out of the ordinary!
CCRI Visiting Research Fellow, Jane Ricketts Hein, is organising a free one-day conference for Welsh upland farmers at Bangor University. The conference is called “What is the future for upland farming in Wales: Beyond CAP?”
CCRI Director, Janet Dwyer, is one of only 36 key experts invited to take part in a conference organised by Parliament to consider some of the key policy areas affected by the UK’s decision to leave the EU. The purpose of the day will be to discuss the effect of Brexit on different policy areas and help researchers and academics connect, network and share expertise and ideas.
Janet Dwyer was part of an academic panel yesterday, speaking at Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee in Wales on the future of agriculture and rural policies in Wales.