Cathays' Dar Ul Isra mosque blends festivity with fundraising, featuring food stalls, music, and movie screenings.
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 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.
As the Welsh government announced 'Period Proud Wales' action plan, campaigners say the situation has turned worse.
International students and charities in the city are working together to help those affected by the earthquake that has killed over 40,000 people.
Intersecting identities were highlighted in Wales during LGBTQ+ history month. Why is the next frontier for promoting equality?
Finland has seen significant progress in putting an end to homelessness, what can Wales learn from it?
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?
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?
To cope with the rising cost of living, campaigners are cooperating with businesses to make the payments fit employees' everyday needs better.
From pink dragons to Persian poetry, take a walk through Cardiff's street art that brings stories from around the city to life.
A gender-neutral hair salon in Cardiff is advocating for more queer-inclusive hairdressing spaces around the country.
A memorial service was held at Cardiff University Park Place on World AIDS Day to commemorate the lives that were lost to HIV/AIDS.
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.
The Welsh Government aims to normalise menstrual hygiene in workplaces by 2026. We asked women in Cardiff how they feel about paid period leaves, and what the government could do better.
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...
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.
Activists are calling for further changes to blood donation rules in Wales.
Romanis and travelers have a long history in UK. They remind us how their art and culture fights racism.
March is Women's History Month. Let's celebrate films that feature strong women, like Alfonso Cuarón's 'Roma'.
Activists hunger-striked outside the National Assembly and inside the BBC Wales. Is this newsworthy enough for BBC to report or not?
The Welsh government announced that free sanitary products will be provided in hospitals, how this decision will benefit women in Cardiff?
Women's International Day celebrated women's rights achievements, but women in Northern Ireland highlighted their lack of abortion rights.
This powerful documentary recounts how journalist Marie Colvin, fatally, told the world of atrocities in Syria.
Cardiffian women gather in ‘joyful militancy’ on International Women’s Day against rising sexual crimes and gendered austerity
Ahead of International Women's Day (IWD) this year, feminists are calling for more females to be granted leadership positions.
LGBT History Month is coming to an end. How can the community and its supporters expand their efforts so that no one is left behind?
One network of Cardiff organisations is working to address homelessness among asylum seekers.
A new Barbie will represent children with disabilities. But how much can it really improve kids' wellbeing?
A Syrian diplomat arrived in Newport to express solidarity with Kurdish activists Imam Sis, who has passed 67 days of his hunger strike.
Hostile environment policies are targeting those without the right to remain in the UK, how is this affecting those in Cardiff?
What is it like to seek asylum in Cardiff? One individual's struggle sheds light on what the Space4U charity is doing to help.