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NFU urges government to maintain subsidies after Brexit

NFU urges government to maintain subsidies after Brexit
The government will have to maintain agricultural subsidies after Brexit if it wants British farmers to stay in business, Minette Batters, the new president of the National Farmers Union, told a Hay Festival audience.  

Can meat meet the challenge of world hunger?

Can meat meet the challenge of world hunger?

How to feed the world? is it time to accept GM in the UK? Are megadairies the answer, or should we all go vegan?  Some of the topics in the 2018 Hay on Earth Forum.

To Feed the Nine Billion, we'll need to work together

To Feed the Nine Billion, we'll need to work together
The population of the world will hit nine billion people by 2040, while climate change will be spreading diseases and drought. This spells a potential catastrophe for the world’s poorest countries, which must be averted by smart use of technology, better breeds of crops, and reducing waste. 

Children's charity walk from Bay to Hay

Children's charity walk from Bay to Hay

Children from 12 Primary Schools walked in relay from Cardiff Bay to Hay to raise awareness of the need for quality education and learning opportunities for all, within the UK and throughout the world. Hay Festival commissioned writers and illustrators to walk and work with children along the way.

Hay Festival welcomes schoolchildren and live-streams across the UK

Hay Festival welcomes schoolchildren and live-streams across the UK
The Hay Festival opened its doors today and will welcome more than 12,000 schoolchildren over the next two days, with events with streamed into classrooms across the UK.

Vote 100 Books

Vote 100 Books
One hundred essential books by women writers from the last 100 years – on the opening day of Hay Festival Wales, here are the results of our #vote100books campaign with The Pool in honour of the Votes for Women centenary.

Hay Festival and the British Library announce free streaming day for Living Knowledge Network

Hay Festival and the British Library announce free streaming day for Living Knowledge Network
Hay Festival Wales (24 May–3 June) events will be streamed live to public libraries for the first time thanks to a new collaboration with the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network.

#askHay - Put Your Questions to the speakers at Hay

#askHay - Put Your Questions to the speakers at Hay

What can real, live, expert humans tell us that Alexa and Siri can't? We're answering YOUR questions at #HayFestival2018. Post them now on Facebook and Twitter and we'll share replies during the festival, 24 May - 3 June.

Free streaming to schools

Free streaming to schools

Hay Festival Wales will be streamed live into schools UK-wide on Thursday 24 May (KS 2) and Friday 25 May (KS 3 and 4), in a new project to widen access to festival events, funded by the Welsh Government and Hay Festival Foundation.

Hay Festival Medals awarded

Hay Festival Medals awarded

Margaret Atwood, Evelyn Schlag and Jackie Morris are to receive Hay Festival Medals.

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