The changes being introduced by the English government and how they affect Wales will be discussed on 19 April.
And Wales will suffer more than the rest of the United Kingdom, with one in four people affected by the reforms.
In fact there will be changes to housing benefit, as well as to the allowances for job seekers and disabled persons.
This issue will be discussed at a press conference in mid-April, which will give interested parties the opportunity to find out more about these changes, how they will be implemented and the effect they will have on Welsh citizens.
The conference is sponsored by the “Bevan” foundation, a charitable organisation working for social justice in Wales. It looks for solutions to poverty and social exclusion.
It will take place on 19 April from 9.30am-4.30pm at Cardiff Metropolitan University (Cyncoed Campus).
To make reservations, go to the following page: http://bevanfoundationwelfarereform.eventbrite.co.uk/?ebtv=C.
(Translated by Sophie Maling – Email: email@example.com)