About

Cuts Watch Cymru is a network of charities and voluntary organisations in Wales working on the front-line who have come together to monitor the impact of the reforms to the welfare system on people in Wales. The network will attempt to call on public and third sector bodies to take action and soften the blow of cuts to public spending.

No job, no money, no home – just a few of the realities faced by thousands of people in Wales today as the economic climate continues to bite – and the reason why 17 non-statutory organisations in Wales have joined forces to launch Cuts Watch Cymru.

The network will research how the cuts in public spending and services and the welfare reform have affected geographical areas of Wales or groups of people. The Network will show how good practice in implementing the proposed policies has minimised the impacts on vulnerable people.

Cuts Watch Cymru Members :

Bevan Foundation
Oxfam Cymru
UnisonTrussell Trust
Citizens Advice
Tai Pawb
Shelter Cymru
TUC
Chwarae Teg
CHC Cymru
Advice UK
Ferret Information Systems

Age Cymru
Meadow Prospect
Welsh Women’s Aid
Learning Disability Wales
Gwalia
Tpas Cymru
Action for Children
Disability Wales
WCVA
Save the Children
National Federation of Women’s Institutes
Tai Calon
Leonard Cheshire Disability
Light Spirit UK
ContinYou Cymru
Tenovus
Rural Regeneration Unit
Chartered Institute of Housing
British Legion

Royal National Institute of Blind People

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