Arad launched a report on the economic value of Menter Caerdydd to the Welsh capital today at an event in Parliament. The report looks at the economic value of Menter Caerdydd activities as well as the value of Tafwyl festival on the capital. The report produced estimates the economic value Read more →
The Welsh Government has published an Evaluation of Skills Growth Wales. The evaluation was undertaken by Arad Research in partnership with ICF. The study presents findings on the effectiveness and impact of the project. The final report is available here.
Arad’s evaluation of the impact of Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice has been published by Arts Council of Wales. The report assesses the value of Wales’ presence at the Venice Biennale of Art since 2009 and its impact on participating artists, curators, galleries and on both the visual arts Read more →
Arad’s research study into international working in the literature sector in Wales has been published. Commissioned by Wales Arts International and Literature Wales the study has mapped current international activity, examined existing partnerships and collaborative work between organisations in Wales and provided recommendations to maximise opportunities and address challenges for Read more →
A report by Arad Research on the Flying Start programme has been published by the Welsh Government. The Qualitative Research with Flying Start Families: Wave 1 report is the first report from a three-year qualitative research project with parents who receive Flying Start services. The aim of the research is explore Read more →
The aim of the project, held in two areas (Llanishen, Cardiff and Hawarden, Flintshire) has been to improve standards of Welsh as a second language in English-medium schools by increasing the use of Welsh in classroom teaching. The findings suggest that the project has been successful in its aim of Read more →
The aim of the project, delivered with the support of Urdd Gobaith Cymru, is to extend the use of Welsh outside the classroom in English-medium schools. The findings indicate that the project has provided a valuable opportunity for pupils to hear and use the language outside school. Evidence also suggests Read more →