Meetings

Who gets remembered in public spaces?

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

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Meeting: 28/01/2021 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee - Fifth Senedd (Item 6)

Inquiry into who gets remembered in public spaces: consideration of the evidence

Minutes:

Members considered the evidence.

 

The Committee decided to write to the Welsh Local Government Association, inviting them to submit a written response to the statues inquiry.

 

The Committee also decided to write to Football Association Wales, Sport Wales and Welsh Rugby Union to enquire whether they have ever considered commemorating players outside sport grounds and, if so, what protocols – if any- form the basis of any decision to do so.

 

 

 


Meeting: 26/11/2020 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee - Fifth Senedd (Item 3)

Inquiry into who gets remembered in public spaces

Professor Martin Johnes, Swansea University

Dr Simon John, Swansea University

Abu-Bakr Madden Al-Shabazz

 

Minutes:

Members heard evidence on who gets remembered in public spaces from:

 

Professor Martin Johnes, Swansea University

Dr Simon John, Swansea University 

Abu-Bakr Madden Al-Shabazz


Meeting: 05/11/2020 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee - Fifth Senedd (Item 7)

Who gets remembered in public spaces? Consideration of next steps

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Members agreed the proposed timetable for taking oral evidence and writing a report.


Meeting: 05/08/2020 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee - Fifth Senedd (Item 8)

Inquiry into public monuments: Draft Terms of Reference

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Members suggested amendments and agreed to approve the final draft of the terms of reference via correspondence.