From the BBC building to the National Cardiff Museum, we’ve seen a lot of conflict in recent protests. Mr. Aziz...
The participants took to the streets of Cardiff, hoping to spark a conversation and shine a spotlight on sexual violence.
Carers Wales talked at the Senedd last week, submitting petitions and conducting online support sessions for thousands of unpaid carers in Wales.
The Welsh government has proposed changes to the school holiday calendar, aiming for a more balanced distribution of holidays throughout the year.
University students are being given the "short end of the stick" this year on the housing market
Prince Harry has won the right to sue the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday for gross privacy breaches. Is it time the media leaves him alone?
Cardiff is set to enlist the help of its gym and fitness trainers in a city-wide campaign to fight against domestic abuse in the region.
Systemic racism means that black workers are not having opportunities to move up pay scales, get promoted or work in sectors with high pay rates.
In order to meet its environmental aspirations, campaigners want to see the end of plans to expand the Aberpergwm mine in South Wales
The theme for International Women's Day 2023 is to 'Embrace Equality'. How far is Wales from gender equality?
The Grenfell disaster led to changes in English law, now Welsh campaigners want to provide the same protections for people living in high-rise buildings.
The support the cafe has received has bought it time for negotiation. This year, they were joined by Acorn group, a union fighting rent injustice around the UK.
Councillor Chris Weaver believes redevelopment of the Motorpoint arena is a vital task to boost the Cardiff economy.
The British government has blamed European and African weather for vegetable shortages across the country but is that really the case?
Cardiff Council claim they may close Museum of Cardiff due to lack of funds and protesters oppose plan to cut budget for culture.
Nurses are turning away from the NHS not only for low pay, but a feeling that they aren’t getting the respect, especially from the Welsh Government.
As the Welsh government announced 'Period Proud Wales' action plan, campaigners say the situation has turned worse.
Boss and Brew academy in Cardiff is tackling unemployment through their free barista course and helps teens learn life skills.
As Welsh MP was bombarded with death threats after criticising Andrew Tate, an expert explains how to tackle toxic masculinity.
Twitter outrage happens after the council clears up a huge flytipping site as more streets need attention
At times when cost of living is sky rocketing, the council has proposed to slash library opening times which is affecting people.
Intersecting identities were highlighted in Wales during LGBTQ+ history month. Why is the next frontier for promoting equality?
Amnesty International returns with Write for Rights; the worlds biggest human rights event
Finland has seen significant progress in putting an end to homelessness, what can Wales learn from it?
With winter on its way and rising fuel bills protesters in Wales want to see more help for the most vulnerable in our society.
People in Cardiff are choosing not to do their shopping on this Black Friday due to the rising cost of living.
Cardiff University historian, Dr Marion Löeffler believes new curriculum will be a step towards a more inclusive Wales.
The simplified zebra crossings have been set at three side roads across Llandaff North and Whitchurch, helping drivers and pedestrian travel safely.
The staff at Cardiff University will be walking out of their workspaces next week as the result of a union ballot.
Tremorfa’s volunteer run community Pantry is holding a series of craft workshops to help locals in the run up to Christmas.
The winter of discontent in the 70s seems to make a comeback in Britain this year with most of the sectors going on strikes.
What have the Welsh public been doing to save this winter during the ongoing cost-of-living crisis.
Chefs who work in elite kitchens are feeling more isolated in closed and hidden away kitchens. Could this lead to them feeling locked away?
Cardiff unions and pressure groups stand in solidarity with 800 workers who were mass sacked by British shipping company P&O Ferries.
Wales appoints endometriosis nurses to every local health board to address long waiting times and misdiagnosis. But is this enough?
The UN Anti-Racism day protests stormed through the capital with calls of destroying institutional racism, police brutality and anti-refugee legislature.
“My life is fairly crazy”: unpaid carers are worried and hopeless for the doubled bills and the closure of services.
Thousands of Welsh households are preparing to open their doors to refugees, but many have criticised the UK government reaction to the crisis.
Local organisation is struggling to find space for abandoned dogs as more people give them up.
This Black History Month, how is the National Museum of Wales trying to keep the Black Lives Matter movement alive?
People with learning disabilities and autism may often struggle with being out and about alone. Here's what an organisation is doing to help them.
After the successful unveiling of the Betty Campbell Monument in Cardiff, what impact will the statue of feminist icon Elaine Morgan have?
Benefits from Cardiff Council’s congestion charge for drivers entering the city could be short-lived unless public transport is improved, latest study finds.
A penal policy that was abolished by the government is still affecting people after a decade, what have a decade-long campaigner gone through?
As the UK Government's proposal to ban conversion therapy splits churches, what do Cardiff's priests have to say about it?
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has intensified, hundreds of people marched through the streets of Cardiff to call for peace.
A new cricket project in Cardiff aims to help asylum seekers and refugees integrate into their new communities through sport.
Many victims of domestic and sexual abuse, are unfairly criminalized when they report to the police, say campaigners
Amidst tension between Russia and Ukraine, innocent citizens are fleeing their country for sanctuary. How is Cardiff aiding them?
Valerie Wong fled Hong Kong last November and she now helps people from Hong Kong to adapt and settle down in Wales, but what's her story?
Cardiff has come a long way in making the city more accessible for the disabled community, but what more needs to be done?
To cope with the rising cost of living, campaigners are cooperating with businesses to make the payments fit employees' everyday needs better.
Hundreds gathered at the Senedd to show solidarity with Ukrainians and to urge the UK government to be more open to refugees.
As war breaks out in Europe, Russian and Ukranian people in Cardiff talk about what the conflict means to them.
Cardiff hair salons will now be part of an initiative to help people suffering from domestic abuse and sexual violence. Could this help tackle the issue?
How are free tuition classes at a boxing club in Cardiff's poorest area helping children in the community?
As living costs keep increasing in the UK, how do low-income people pay higher with fixed earnings?
A free female-only gym in Cardiff that offers a safe space to workout, is at risk of closing down due to issues with funding.
An increased number of hate crimes towards the queer community prompts safety concerns.
Campaigners call for increased regulations after reports showed that student's mental health was being affected by poor housing conditions.
About 70 letters from the people in Cardiff were sent to support those who are serving sentences in prisons after occupying M25.
While various communities have come together to settle in a Syrian refugee family, the processes involved have created their own challenges.
A gender-neutral hair salon in Cardiff is advocating for more queer-inclusive hairdressing spaces around the country.
"Choir with no name" is a place for people affected by homelessness to feel safe, progress and sing.
A local radio podcaster is raising supplies for the homeless people.
Welsh People are losing their homes, local people demanding housing justice.
Cardiff citizens' vigil for refugees who died in the English Channel was also a strong protest against the UK Government's refugee policy.
A Local Disability Campaigner calls on the Welsh Government and Employers to do more to help disabled people into employment.
Will there be picket lines demanding better pension and pay for teaching staff in Cardiff University? The turnout of re-ballot will tell.
Several local men are breaking gender stereotypes and making sanitary products easily accessible to young women
Sudanese in the UK are calling for peace back to Sudan after the Sudan's military coup.
Two campaigners believed the society has to remove the stigma against HIV and the government must do more to stop the transmission.
Amelia Gibson believes that she can use her voice to end sex harassment and change inequalities in schools.
People in Cardiff have different perspectives on statues and portraits of historical figures being removed.
This is Katheryn's story, a story that teaches us how, sometimes, a helpful hand of a professional is what one needs to find the power to take control of your life again!
YesCymru have made a move towards a more diverse, equal and inclusive movement in their annual general meeting.
The prospect of a progressive and diverse Wales is on the horizon according to LGBTQ+ individuals, after the election of Owen Hurcum as Mayor of Bangor.
British universities to face fines for no-platforming guest lecturers. What does this mean for students and minority groups?
Easing of lockdown restrictions has paused in Wales; PM urges people planning to visit families to be cautious. First Minister...
Artist based in Cardiff is raising funds through her campaign for a charity which hopes to end child poverty in Wales.
Plaid Cymru have failed to capitalise on Welsh independence supporters, resulting in a underwhelming Senedd result.
As an effort to make women feel safer walking alone on ‘National Rape Day’, Cardiff University’s football team offers to...
Campaigners want local authorities to voluntary register their land as village greens
People struggling to feed themselves in Cardiff receive food boxes from a Cheap & Easy cooking Muslim campaign.
Cardiff University has the third-highest number of reported cases in incidences of racism. However, the actual incidents could be higher as not every incident is reported.
More than 24% of voters have an unfavourable opinion on Keir Starmer. How may this effect the upcoming Senedd elections?
Do you support to ban private car on Castle Street in order to reduce accident rate and air pollution?
UBI Lab Wales thinks it’s time for Wales to try out a universal basic income in order to provide financial security.