Identifying areas most in need – Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation

30 Jun 2021


60 minutes

Come along to learn about the latest Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation (WIMD 2019), the official measure of the most deprived areas in Wales, and a powerful tool to identify areas most in need. Hear about how the Index was built, and how it can and can’t be used. Find out about its wealth of indicators covering topics from income to health and housing. See a demonstration of how to access WIMD reports, maps, data, and more. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and give feedback on the developments we should focus on for the next update.



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Welsh Government
60 minutes
30 Jun 2021
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