Contributors / Cyfranwyr

Editor/Golygydd – Dr Sulien Morgan


Dinah Mulholland works at the University of Trinity St David in Lampeter. She was the Labour Party candidate in Ceredigion at the 2017 General Election.

Reverend Dr Trystan Owain Hughes is the vicar of Christ Church, Roath, Cardiff. 

Mark Drakeford AM is the Labour Welsh Assembly member for Cardiff West, he is currently the Cabinet Secretary for Finance.

Katherine Black works for the University of Durham, based at Ushaw College. 

Professor James Foreman-Peck is Director of the Welsh Institute for Research in Economics and Development. 

Reverend Gethin Rhys is the National Assembly Policy Officer for Cytûn

David Davies MP is a Member of Parliament for the Welsh Conservative Party for Monmouth.

Nick Ramsay AM is the Welsh Conservative Assembly Member for Monmouth 

David Melding AM is a Welsh Conservative Assembly Member for South Wales Central.

Jane Dodds is the leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats.

Carl Cooper is a former Anglican Bishop of St. David’s. He is currently the Chief Executive of Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations (PAVO).

Gwynoro Jones is a former MP for Carmarthen. He is currently a Consultant, and is a campaigner for both PR and Home Rule.

Dr Charles Stewart was born in Montreal and grew up in Monmouthshire. He studied medicine at St Andrews and Cardiff where he placed first in the All Wales Paediatrics Training Scheme selection before completing fellowships in Sydney and Toronto.

Neil McEvoy AM is an Independent Assembly Member for South Wales Central.

Dr Philip Dixon is a leading figure in education in Wales. He is the author of Testing Times: Success, Failure and Fiasco in Welsh Education Policy.

Tariq Awan is a former councillor for Cardiff county council. He served the Grangetown ward of Cardiff.

Dr Supachai Chuenjitwongsa holds a PhD from Cardiff University. His research interests focus on training university academics how to teach, as well as the way in which culture influences teaching and learning in a university. He is originally from Thailand. He speaks Welsh regularly and always encourages international students to learn Welsh. 

Dr Gwen Jones Edwards is originally from Cardiff but now lives and works as a psychiatrist in Glasgow. 

Huw Davies is a History and Welsh History graduate of the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.  As a teacher he became a Head of History before joining the BBC’s Education Department.  After a period as Head of Public Affairs with Heartbeat Wales / Curiad Calon Cymru and the Sports Council for Wales he worked in the private sector.  He also worked at Dyfed’s Education Department and Carmarthenshire College before working with Menter Iaith Rhondda Cynon Taf and the Local Authority.

Revd Wynn Vittle is a Welsh speaking ”Pembrokeshire boy” but adopted by Carmarthenshire having lived most of his working life in different parts of the county as a Baptist minister, apart from an eighteen year period in Cardiff when he was Christian Aid’s  National Secretary for Wales. 

Grisel Roberts was born in Esquel, Patagonia Argentina and now lives in La Plata, Province of Buenos Aires. She graduated from La Plata University as an English-Spanish translator and as an English Language and Literature teacher. She is currently studying for a Master’s degree in Linguistics.

Abdul-Azim Ahmed is a PhD student in Cardiff University in the sociology of religion. He also writes and edits On Religion (, a quarterly magazine on faith and current affairs.

Yuko Nakauchi is originally from Tokyo but now lives in Uppsala, Sweden.  She studied Welsh and Film & TV at Aberystwyth University.  She has been a radio presenter in Tokyo, and has also worked as a fixer and interpreter for Welsh media on their visits to Japan.  She has worked with the Super Furry Animals, Katherine Jenkins, Steffan Rhodri, (aka Dave the coaches from the Gavin & Stacey T.V series), amongst others.


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