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[PDF] – Submission to the House of Commons Welsh Affairs Committee, 2 September 2016

[PDF] Submission to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights on the implications of Brexit on human rights, 29 September 2016

[PDF] – Submission to the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee of the National Assembly for Wales, 24 November 2016

[PDF] Inquiry into Human Rights in Wales: Submission to the Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee by Cytn



Immediately after the referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union on 23 June 2016, a number of Cytûn’s member churches called for the establishment of a Commission which could contribute Welsh Christian perspectives to the debate which followed the decision to leave the EU. A Working Party was formed by these denominations and it met as soon as possible during the summer and started its work. In October 2016, the Board of Cytûn agreed that this work could be part of Cytûn’s responsibilities, in partnership with all its members, and all member churches and organisations were invited to take part in this work. The Working Party is chaired by the Revd Dr Noel Davies.

The first steps taken by the Working Party involved responding to inquiries by committees of the UK Parliament and the National Assembly for Wales on topics relating to leaving the European Union, and those responses are published on this page. The Working Party will ensure that this online Resource is updated as its work progresses. Enquiries about the Working Party and its work may be made through Cytûn’s Policy Officer –


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