In this section you can find reports and feedback on the different work that has been completed in the National Assembly for Wales which affects young people. From results of consultations to Committee Inquiries, this is the place to find that information. Can’t find what you are looking for? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we can help.
Public Health (Wales) Bill
The Welsh Government recently set out its proposals to improve areas of our health in Wales. The role of the Assembly and the Health Committee is to now look at this draft law (bill) and to strengthen it.
A group of Assembly Members who form The Enterprise and Business Committee of the National Assembly for Wales are carrying out an inquiry into Business and Community Transport Services in Wales.
Environment (Wales) Bill
On 2 February 2016 the Assembly voted to pass the Environment (Wales) Bill into law.
Alcohol and substance misuse
The National Assembly for Wales Health and Social Care Committee wanted to know about the effect that alcohol and substance misuse has on people in Wales.
From November 2014 – June 2015 we went to schools, colleges, universities and youth groups all across Wales to create a national conversation about young people’s thoughts on lowering the voting age.
Assisting Young People into Work
The Enterprise and Business Committee has completed an inquiry about assisting young people into work.
New Psychoactive Substances
The National Assembly for Wales’ Health and Social Care Committee undertook an inquiry into new psychoactive substances (“legal highs”).
The National Assembly for Wales’ Environment and Sustainability Committee held an inquiry into Recycling in Wales.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
The Children, Young People and Education Committee held an inquiry about services for young people with mental health problems in Wales.
STEM (Science, Technology, English and Maths) Skills
The Enterprise and Business Committee spoke to individuals and organisations about improving (STEM) skills in Wales.
The National Assembly for Wales’ Children, Young People and Education Committee undertook an inquiry into supply teaching.