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National Assembly for Wales Business: Thursday 12 July 2018

In Plenary

The National Assembly for Wales is not sitting in plenary

In Committee

Children, Young People and Education Committee (9:15am, room 1)
- Inquiry into the impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education – Evidence from Professor Nora de Leeuw, Pro Vice-Chancellor for International and Europe at Cardiff University; Professor Maria Hinfelaar, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of Glyndŵr University; Professor Medwin Hughes, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales Trinity St David; Berwyn Davies, Head of Office, Welsh Higher Education Brussels; Mike James, Chief Executive Officer at Cardiff and Vale College; David Jones, Chief Executive of Coleg Cambria; Caroline James, Director of Finance at Pembrokeshire College; Claire Roberts, External Affairs Director, ColegauCymru

Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee (9:30am, room 2)
-  Short inquiry into ‘Building an S4C for the future: An independent review by Euryn Ogwen Williams’ – Evidence from Euryn Ogwen Williams, Chair, S4C independent review
- Film and major television production in Wales – Evidence from Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport, Mick McGuire, Director, Business and Regions and Joedi Langley, Head of Creative Sector
- The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood – Evidence from Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport, Mick McGuire, Director, Business and Regions and Joedi Langley, Head of Creative Sector

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