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Have your say

Pierhead clockThe Assembly is here to represent the interests of the people of Wales, and so we encourage participation from individuals and organisations. You can do this in a number of ways, as listed below.

Contact an Assembly Member

If you have a problem that is covered by the Assembly’s remit, then you can raise the issue directly with your Assembly Member. Find out who your Assembly Member is and how to contact them in this section.


View a list of the issues that Assembly committees are currently consulting on.

Petition the Assembly

The Assembly has a petitioning process, which allows individuals to ask the Assembly to consider any issue over which the Assembly has powers. Find out more about petitioning the Assembly and the Petitions Committee.

Take part in a committee inquiry

Committees can invite anyone to provide them with information or advice relating to work they are doing. See a full list of Assembly committee inquiries in this section.


Holding an event or exhibition on the National Assembly for Wales estate gives you the opportunity to raise the profile of your organisation and its issues and concerns. Whether it’s something that affects your town or village, or an issue that is of concern to your interest group or society, the National Assembly’s event spaces allow you make the most out of the Assembly estate and make sure your voice is heard.

Outreach in your area

The Assembly has an Outreach team, so wherever you live in Wales, you can find out about the work of the Assembly. Find out more about presentations, partnerships, committees meeting in your area and the outreach bus.

Visit us

The Assembly is open to all members of the UK public and overseas visitors. You can attend Plenary debates and watch committee hearings, or take a tour the Senedd and explore the Pierhead building.


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