Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
The Commission for Equality in Mental Health are seeking evidence from people and organisations to share their knowledge, experience and understanding of mental health inequalities. They would like to hear about inequalities of all kinds in mental health: what causes them, what can prevent or mitigate them, and what would help to support action to reduce mental health inequality.
We are seeking your views on how to address gaps in environmental principles and governance relating to Wales when the UK leaves the European Union (EU).
Whether you work in education, support its delivery or have an interest in it, we recommend you make yourself familiar with draft Curriculum for Wales 2022 guidance before you provide feedback.
We're seeking views on the UK government’s and the devolved administrations’ approach to UK carbon pricing following EU Exit.
We want your views on the revised code of practice on measuring the performance of social services.
There is an ongoing debate about whether gender differences are down to ‘nature’, or ‘nurture’. What is clear from the science is that the extreme ‘nature’ position, that differences between girls and boys are all biologically predetermined and unalterable – has been thoroughly discredited. The environment has a vital role in shaping gendered differences. We want to explore how that happens.