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Statement on Irish Referendum to Repeal the 8th Amendment Polly Manning, Plaid Ifanc Women’s Officer

On Friday 25th of May 2018 the people of the Republic of Ireland are heading to the polls to vote in what may turn out to be one of the most life-changing legislative decisions for women in Irish history. Women…

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IDAHOTB 2018 – Equality for trans and non-binary people in Wales

This year, on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, Plaid Ifanc is proud to stand in absolute solidarity with the trans community in Wales. There has been a recent, sharp rise in transphobia. Today, Trans and non-binary people in Wales…

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“‘Welsh’ Labour – Capitulating for Wales!”

On the 24th April the Welsh Government came to an agreement with the UK Government’s amendments to Clause 11. Alongside this, the “Intergovernmental Agreement on the Bill and the establishment of a common frameworks” document was published, which set out…

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Remembering the Spanish Civil War

Volunteering as troops on the front line, adopting refugee children, committees raising funds in solidarity with victims, Wales’ communities played a vital role in defending democracy during the Spanish Civil War. On St George’s Day (Sant Jordi), the patron saint…

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A conference to remember!

On Saturday 14 April Plaid Ifanc held our national conference in Bangor university – and it was a conference to remember! Joining us this year was Sian Gwenllian AM – Plaid Cymru member for Arfon. Thank you for her time…

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Plaid Ifanc National Conference

It’s that time of the year again – yes, Plaid Ifanc National Conference is upon us! This is your chance to submit motions, get involved in debates, change the constitution and stand for election for the NEC. This year we are being hosted by Bangor branch, and conference will be…

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Saint David’s Day Message 2018

Saint David’s Day, our National Day is a day to take stock of our successes as a nation, to remember those who have come before us, and reflect upon the work we still have to do as a national movement in…

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