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LGBTQ  Action Plan - Bad Wolf visit

Economy Minister calls on employers to 'listen and act’ to tackle LGBTQ+ discrimination in Welsh workplaces

“No one should be held back at work for being themselves” - those were the words of Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething today who was speaking at the culmination of Pride Month, outlining the actions the Welsh Government is taking to promote inclusive workplaces.

Pride - Couple Holding Hands

UN praises Welsh Government’s LGBTQ+ Action Plan for Wales as ‘example of good practice in human rights policymaking’

The Welsh Government’s LGBTQ+ Action Plan for Wales has been praised as an ‘example of good practice in human rights policymaking’ by a UN report.

MSJCW Jane Hutt with Cardiff City FC Women players

“Removing the stigma of talking about periods in sport will encourage more women and girls to take part,” vows Minister

Removing the stigma of talking about periods will help encourage more women and girls to participate in sport, Minister for Social Justice and Chief Whip Jane Hutt has vowed.

Deputy Minister for Social Partnership, Hannah Blythyn and First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford

UK first: “Uniquely Welsh way of working” passed into law, giving employers and employees a voice in the way Wales is run

Wales’ successful social partnership approach, bringing workers, businesses and public services together has become law – as the Social Partnership and Public Procurement (Wales) Act gained Royal Assent.

MSJ Jane Hutt with Steve Borley and Mary Harris at the opening of the Llanrumney Roundhouse

‘Community centres across West Wales play a crucial role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society’

Community centres across West Wales play a pivotal role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society, Minister for Social Justice has declared at the opening of a community centre that benefitted from Welsh Government funding.

Railways Gardens shipping containers

‘Community centres across South Wales play a crucial role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society’

Community centres across South Wales play a pivotal role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society, Minister for Social Justice has declared at the opening of a community centre that benefitted from Welsh Government funding.

MSJ Jane Hutt with Steve Borley and Mary Harris at the opening of the Llanrumney Roundhouse

‘Community centres across North Wales play a crucial role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society’

Community centres across North Wales play a pivotal role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society, Minister for Social Justice has declared at the opening of a community centre that benefitted from Welsh Government funding.

MSJ Jane Hutt with Steve Borley and Mary Harris at the opening of the Llanrumney Roundhouse

‘Community centres across Mid Wales play a crucial role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society’

Community centres across Mid Wales play a pivotal role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society, Minister for Social Justice has declared at the opening of a community centre that benefitted from Welsh Government funding.

SPACE community hub hosting an event at Cwmbran Centre for Young People in Torfaen

‘Community centres across East Wales play a crucial role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society’

Community centres across East Wales play a pivotal role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society, Minister for Social Justice has declared at the opening of a community centre that benefitted from Welsh Government funding.

MSJ Jane Hutt with Steve Borley and Mary Harris at the opening of the Llanrumney Roundhouse

‘Community centres across Wales play a crucial role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society’

Community centres across Wales play a pivotal role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our society, Minister for Social Justice has declared at the opening of a community centre that benefitted from Welsh Government funding.

Minister for Social Justice with Chair of Smart Money Cymru Community Bank, Alun Taylor, and CEO Mark White

Extra £600,000 of funding for credit unions to support ethical and affordable lending during cost of living crisis

The Minister for Social Justice has today announced continued funding for credit unions to expand their lending and support more financially vulnerable people.

South Wales Police, Barry Police Station

Minister praises officers for their vital role in keeping communities safe while on patrol with South Wales Police

Minister for Social Justice, Jane Hutt, has joined South Wales Police on patrol in Barry, gaining invaluable insight into the work they do day-in, day-out to keep communities safe.