Tahirah Ali is becoming a sports role model among Muslim women. What barriers did she encounter on her powerlifting journey?
The aim of the IWD 2023 EmbraceEquity campaign theme, we spotlight influential women in Wales who are supporting equality and connecting the world.
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.
Intersecting identities were highlighted in Wales during LGBTQ+ history month. Why is the next frontier for promoting equality?
Cardiff University historian, Dr Marion Löeffler believes new curriculum will be a step towards a more inclusive Wales.
Tremorfa’s volunteer run community Pantry is holding a series of craft workshops to help locals in the run up to Christmas.
Cardiff unions and pressure groups stand in solidarity with 800 workers who were mass sacked by British shipping company P&O Ferries.
This Black History Month, how is the National Museum of Wales trying to keep the Black Lives Matter movement alive?
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?
Many victims of domestic and sexual abuse, are unfairly criminalized when they report to the police, say campaigners
Two-thirds of hearing impaired people in the UK don't have an accessible way of contacting their GP. What challenges do they face in Cardiff?
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?
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?
From pink dragons to Persian poetry, take a walk through Cardiff's street art that brings stories from around the city to life.
About 70 letters from the people in Cardiff were sent to support those who are serving sentences in prisons after occupying M25.
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 celebration for Welsh young change makers were held yesterday.
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.
Two campaigners believed the society has to remove the stigma against HIV and the government must do more to stop the transmission.
People in Cardiff have different perspectives on statues and portraits of historical figures being removed.
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.
Artist based in Cardiff is raising funds through her campaign for a charity which hopes to end child poverty in Wales.
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.
The sun never sets on the British empire – but then why are Britons made to stay in the dark...
With the recent events fuelling a debate around police defunding and abolition in the UK, here's what a world without law officers might look like in practice.
Protesters gathered outside the South Wales Police station in Cardiff Bay at 6pm on Monday to voice their concerns over the safety of women, police brutality and the much debated policing bill that is set to be voted upon in the coming days.
Horses tied near the roadside are common in some areas of Cardiff, but this management practice is seen as cruel
Members of the autistic community in Cardiff created a virtual scratch night with the help of Aubergine Café and the Arts Council of Wales.
“Women in work” event encouraged young women with learning disability or autism to think about employment as part of their future.
Activists are calling for further changes to blood donation rules in Wales.
As a part of the campaign, celebrities and influencers take to their social media handles to share pictures of them...
With global crises of climate leading to mass migration and international division, how will Global People Power overcome this?
First wheelchair mobility training facility in the UK opens up in a community school on the outskirts of Cardiff