The Welsh Parliament is the democratically elected body that represents the interests of Wales and its people. Commonly known as the Senedd, it makes laws for Wales, agrees Welsh taxes and holds the Welsh Government to account.
Topics allow us to draw together different streams of information from across the Senedd.
Agriculture Forestry and Foodchevron_right
Includes rural affairs, food production, and woodland management.
Communities and Housingchevron_right
Includes housing standards, community safety and tackling poverty.
All matters relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2020 and it's impact on Wales.
Includes matter relating to Britain's exit from the European Union. There are potential impacts for Wales in Europe and on an International scale.
Includes the variety of forms of data visualisation available for better understanding some of the data that is generated by or passes through the Senedd for scrutiny. This can include Maps, Infographics and much more.
Includes all areas of education in schools, further education and higher education. Covering additional learning needs, exam results, curriculum, teaching and qualifications.
Equality and Human Rightschevron_right
Includes women's issues, disability, ethnicity and religion. Matters of age, sex and gender.
Health and Care Serviceschevron_right
Includes public health, mental health and the NHS in Wales. Also covers primary and community care, long term conditions, hospital care and emergency care
Includes local government reform, elections and the local government settlement for Wales.
Marine and Fisherieschevron_right
Includes marine protected areas and any vessel-owning or vessel-operating fishing businesses in Wales
Includes both adult social care and children's social care. Also covers services for older people and support for carers in Wales
Includes roads and highways, rail, bus services and community transport. Also covers ports, both sea and air as well as taxi and private hire vehicles.