The Welsh Government is responsible for the functions and powers devolved to it by the Crown and has a budget to administer and deliver public services in devolved areas in Wales.
Delivery of an effective campaign to change policy in Wales requires thought before you get started.
Senedd Cymru, or the Welsh Parliament has a number of committees whose role involves conducting investigations into policy decisions made by Welsh Government or examining proposed new legislation.
Petitions to Senedd Cymru, or the Welsh Parliament, are a relatively easy way to ensure the issue that matters to you is discussed by politicians in Cardiff Bay, placing it firmly on the political agenda.
This information sheet will explain how legislation is made in Wales and how the sector can influence this.
The National Assembly for Wales Commission was created by the Government of Wales Act 2006.
Senedd Cymru, or the Welsh Parliament, is the legislative body for Wales.
Town and community councils have powers over very local issues.
This information sheet outlines the different levels of democratically elected institutions in Wales which will help people to answer the question ‘who represents me?’