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Benefits in Wales: options for better delivery

 

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The Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee will be undertaking an inquiry into Benefits in Wales: options for better delivery.

 

Terms of reference

 

The Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee terms of reference for its inquiry Benefits in Wales: options for better delivery are to consider:

  • arguments for and against the devolution of welfare benefits;
  • lessons learned from the devolution of some social security powers to Scotland;
  • options for different forms of devolution (i.e. Universal Credit flexibilities, the devolution of specific benefits, the ability to create new benefits etc.);
  • practical considerations of devolution (i.e. the financial implications, integration of devolved and non-devolved systems, delivery infrastructure etc.); and
  • the principles that could underpin the delivery of benefits in Wales.

 

Evidence session

Date, agenda, minutes

Transcript

Video

1.Guto Ifan, Wales Governance Centre

Cian Sion, Wales Governance Centre

19 June 2019

Transcript

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2 Victoria Winckler, Bevan Foundation

19 June 2019

Transcript

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Business type: Committee Inquiry

Reason considered: Assembly Business;

First published: 21/02/2019

Decision due: Meeting Date by Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee

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