Monthly Archives: September 2018

Catalonia – a year since the referendum

Our international affairs officer, Llyr Williams from Preseli, looks back at a year since the independence referendum in Catalunya. It has been one year since the independence referendum in Catalonia. Those of us that were there on that day will…

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Plaid Cymru leadership statement

Congratulations to Adam Price on being elected the Leader of Plaid Cymru.  Following a leadership contest that has inspired and challenged our members, Plaid Ifanc now looks forward to working alongside Adam to fulfill our objectives as a party. We would also like to…

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Who should I vote for in the Plaid Cymru leadership contest?

Three candidates. Three choices. One party. The ballot papers for the Plaid Cymru leadership election have been sent and members are busy voting. Are you still unsure as to who should get your first and second votes? Plaid Ifanc went…

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In the niche

Polly Manning, Women’s Officer for Plaid Ifanc (2017-18) reflects on the recent aggression shown towards minority issues within the national movement in Wales and asks if we really can afford to ignore the personal within the political? I’ve been a…

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My first Plaid Ifanc experience!

In September,  Nia Davies, 17 years old from Tredegar in Blaenau Gwent, attended her first Plaid Ifanc event – our summer school. These were her thoughts after attending the community workshop with activist Sahar Al-Faifi… This was my first Plaid…

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