Agenda and minutes

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Transcript: Transcript for 05/11/2020 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee

Items
Note No. Item

1.

Introductions, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

Minutes:

Mick Antoniw MS declared an interest: his son works as a freelancer in the creative industries.

(09.30 - 10.30)

2.

National Development Framework 2020-2040

Dyfan Sion, Welsh Language Commission

Dylan Foster-Evans, Welsh Place-Names Society

Wyn Thomas, Dyfodol i'r Iaith

Robat Idris, Cymdeithas yr Iaith

 

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Members discussed the impact of the National Development Framework with the witnesses. There was a short pause in the live broadcast feed.

(10.45 - 11.45)

3.

COVID-19: impact of the outbreak on live music

Guto Brychan, Clwb Ifor Bach

Samantha Dabb, Le Pub

Dilwyn Llwyd, Neuadd Ogwen

Gary Lulham, Sin City

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Members discussed the impact of the lockdown with witnesses.

4.

Paper(s) to note

Minutes:

Members noted the paper.

4.1

Correspondence with Welsh Government on support for culture, heritage and journalism

Supporting documents:

5.

Motion under Standing Order 17.42 to resolve to exclude the public from the meeting for the remainder of the meeting

Minutes:

Members agreed the motion.

(11.45-11.55)

6.

COVID-19: impact of the outbreak on the arts - discussion of evidence from stakeholder session

Minutes:

Members agreed to postpone this item for a future meeting.

(11.55 – 12.00)

7.

Who gets remembered in public spaces? Consideration of next steps

Minutes:

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

(12.00 -12.15)

8.

Private Debrief

Minutes:

Members agreed to write to the Minister for Houding and Local Government with recommendations on the National Development Framework and the Welsh language.

Members noted that the Chair will meet freelance workers in the arts sector on 20 November to discuss the impact of the pandemic.