Y Senedd a Datganoli yng Nghymru: Llyfryddiaeth

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Ers y refferendwm ar ddatganoli ym 1997, mae academyddion, sylwebyddion gwleidyddol, gwleidyddion a newyddiadurwyr o Gymru a thu hwnt wedi ysgrifennu am wahanol agweddau ar y broses ddatganoli yng Nghymru. Maent wedi cyhoeddi nifer o lyfrau, erthyglau ac astudiaethau pwysig yn cynnig sawl barn ar ddatblygiad y Senedd ac ar ddatganoli yng Nghymru. Mae'r llyfryddiaeth yma yn casglu rhai o'r gweithiau pwysicaf yma at eu gilydd er mwyn ceisio cynnig darlun cytbwys o fywyd Senedd Cymru a datganoli yng Ngymru hyd yn hyn.

Rhannwyd yn nifer o adrannau sydd yn delio â gwahanol agweddau ar ddatblygiad datganoli a'r Senedd, gyda'r teitlau wedi eu rhannu yn nhrefn yr wyddor fesul awdur o fewn y pynciau hynny. Caiff ei ddiweddaru'n gyson, gydag eitemau newydd yn cael eu ychwanegu fel y maent yn dod i'n sylw neu'n cael eu cyhoeddi. Ceir adran hefyd yn amlinellu'r ychwanegiadau i'r rhestr yn ystod y tri mis diwethaf.

Mae fersiwn PDF o'r llyfryddiaeth ar gael i chi ei lawrlwytho.

 

Ychwanegiadau diweddar

Ychwanegwyd y canlynol yn ystod y tri mis diwethaf

  • Ymchwil y Senedd (2021) Deddf Marchnad Fewnol y DU 2020: briff ymchwil: Awst 2021. Caerdydd: Ymchwil y Senedd.

 

Cefndir Datganoli

Mae'r mater o reolaeth cartref yng Nghymru yn mynd yn ôl mwy na chanrif at dyddiau pan bu'r David Lloyd George ifanc yn ymgyrchu fel rhan o fudiad Cymru Fydd. Mae'r rhestr cyhoeddiadau isod yn olrhain y cynnydd tuag at ddatganoli o'r bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg hyd 1997

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'Llais dros Gymru' a Refferendwm 1997 

Wedi eu llwyddiant yn etholiad cyffredinol 1997, cyhoeddwyd y Papur Gwyn 'Llais i Gymru' gan Lywodraeth y DU a amlinellodd gynlluniau am Gynulliad Cenedlaethol i Gymru. Cynhaliwyd refferendwm ym mis Medi 1997. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn cynnig dadansoddiad o ymgyrch a chanlyniad y refferendwm

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Dyddiau cynnar y Cynulliad

Wedi i'r Refferedwm gymeradwyo datganoli i Gymru mewn egwyddor, cychwynnodd Deddf Llywodraeth Cymru ar ei thaith drwy senedd y DU. Gwnaethpwyd neiwdiadau i'r cynigion gwreiddiol a bu dyddiau cynnar y Cynulliad yn wedi iddo cael ei greu ym Mai 1999 yn gyfnod o gyfanheddu i'r sefydliad. Adroddir hanes genedigaeth a dyddiau cynnar y Cynulliad yn y cyhoeddiadau isod

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Comisiwn Richard, 'Trefn Llywodraethu Gwell' a Deddf Llywodraeth Cymru 2006

Yn dilyn adroddiad yr adolygiad o weithdrefnau'r Cynulliad yn 2002, sefydlwyd Comisiwn Richard er mwyn edrych ar bwerau a threfn etholiadol y Cynulliad. Arweiniodd hwn at bapur gwyn 'Trefn Llywodraethu Gwell i Gymru' a phwerau deddfwriaethol yn Neddf Llywodraeth Cymru 2006

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Confensiwn Cymru Gyfan a Refferendwm pwerau 2011

Sefydlwyd Confensiwn Cymru Gyfan i edrych ar ymestyn pwerau deddfu'r Cynulliad. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn edrych ar waith y Confensiwn yn arwain at y Refferendwm ar ymestyn pwerau'r Cynulliad ym Mawrth 2011

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Comisiwn Silk a Deddf Cymru 2014

Sefydlwyd y Comisiwn ar Ddatganoli yng Nghymru gan Lywodraeth Glymblaid y DU yn 2011 dan gadeiryddiaeth Syr Paul Silk. Cylch gorchwyl y Comisiwn oedd edrych ar bwerau deddfwriaethol ac ariannol pellach i Gymru. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn edrych ar waith y Comisiwn a'r canlyniadau

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Deddf Cymru 2017, Deddf Senedd ac Etholiadau 2020 a Senedd Cymru

Diwygiwyd y setliad datganoli gan Ddeddf Cymru 2017 a rhoddwyd hawl i'r sefydliad ddeddfu ar ei threfniadau etholiadol ei hyn. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn ymwneud â'r Ddeddf, a hefyd Deddf Senedd ac Etholiadau (Cymru) 2020, a arweiniodd at ail-enwi Senedd Cymru a nifer o ddiwygiadau yn ymwneud â'r system etholiadol   

Etholiadau'r Senedd

Erbyn hyn cafwyd chwe etholiad cyffredinol i'r Senedd a'r Cynulliad Cenedlaethol. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn cynnwys dadansoddiadau o ganlyniadau a materion megis dewis ymgeiswyr

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Pleidiau gwleidyddol a datganoli

Cynigiodd datganoli gyfle i bleidiau gwleidyddol addasu i lefel newydd o drefn lywodraethu. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn delio gydag agweddau o'r modd y mae pleidiau wedi ymdrechu i gwrdd â'r sialens

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Datganoli a'r cyfansoddiad yng nghyfnod y Cynulliad a'r Senedd

Mae'r Senedd, y modd y mae'n gweithio, a'r cyfansoddiad wedi datblygu ers 1999 gyda nifer o newidiadau ar hyd y ffordd. Ymysg y newidiadau mwyaf nodweddiadol roedd y gwahaniad rhwng y Cynulliad a Llywodraeth Cymru yn 2007 a sicrhau pwerau deddfwriaethol newydd. Mae'r rhestr cyhoeddiadau isod yn dangos y modd y mae'r Senedd wedi datblygu, ac yn parhau i ddatblygu, fel corff deddfwriaethol.

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Agweddau'r cyhoedd ac ymgysylltu â'r cyhoedd

Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn bwrw golwg ar agweddau'r cyhoedd tuag at y Senedd, a sut y mae'r Senedd wedi ceisio ymgysylltu a phobol Cymru yn ystod yr ugain mlynedd diwethaf

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Gweithdrefnau'r Senedd

Rheolau Sefydlog Senedd Cymru, yn ogystal â chyhoeddiadau corfforaethol eraill - adroddiadau blynyddol, cyfrifon ac ati

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Cydraddoldeb, cynrychiolaeth a'r Senedd

Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn edrych ar wahanol agweddau ar gydraddoldeb a chynrychiolaeth yng nghyd-destun Senedd Cymru

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  • Chaney, Paul & Drakeford, Mark (2004) The primacy of ideology: social policy and the first term of the National Assembly for Wales. Social Policy Review, (16), p121-142,
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  • Chaney, Paul (2006) critical mass, deliberation and the substantive representation of women: evidence from the UK's devolution programme, Political Studies, 54 (4), p691-714
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  • Edwards, J. (2004) Mainstreaming equality in Wales: the case of the National Assembly building, Policy and Politics, 32 (1), p33-48
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  • McAllister, L. & Edwards, J. (2002) One step forward, two step back: women in the two main political parties in Wales, Parliamentary Affairs, 55 (1), p154-166.
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  • Usmani, Leila, ac eraill (2021) Do the right thing: achieving equity in racialised representation in public and political life in Wales. Cardiff: Race Alliance Wales.
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Gwaith craffu a phwyllgorau'r Senedd

Mae pwyllgorau Senedd Cymru wedi bod yn elfen bwysig yn y broses o graffu ar bolisiau llywodraethol a deddfwriaeth. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn edrych ar elfennau o waith y pwyllgorau a chyfallu'r Senedd i gyflawni ei swyddogaethau'n effeithiol

  • Bochel, Catherine, (2012) Petitions: different dimensions of voice and influence in the Scottish Parliament and the National Assembly for Wales, Social Policy and Administration, 46 (2), April 2012, p142.
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Adeiladu'r Senedd

Agorwyd adeilad y Senedd ym Mae Caerdydd yn swyddogol ar 1 Mawrth 2006. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn edrych ar ddylunio ac adeiladu'r adeilad 

  • Clancy, Claire, (2009) Wales' paperless parliament, The Parliamentarian, (2) 2009, p156.
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Y gyfraith a deddfwriaeth yng Nghymru

Hyd yn oed cyn 2007 roedd y gyfraith yng Nghymru yn dod yn fwyfwy nodedig mewn nifer o feysydd. Ers Mai 2007, mae'r Senedd yn medru pasio deddfwriaeth sylfaenol. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn olrhain datblygiad deddfwriaeth Cymreig ers 1999. 

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Y berthynas rhyng-lywodraethol a rhyng-seneddol

Mae trefn lywodraethu sydd yn bodoli ar nifer o lefelau yn golygu bod yna drafodaeth gwleidyddol ar nifer o wahanol lefelau. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn dangos sut mae'r Senedd wedi creu cysylltiadau â San Steffan, llywodraeth leol a deddfwrfeydd datganoledig eraill ers datganoli

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Y cyd-destun polisi

Ers 1999 mae nifer o gyhoeddiadau wedi dadansoddi gwahanol agweddau ar ganlyniadau polisi yng Nghymru. Mae'r rhain yn rhy niferus ac amrywiol i'w cynnwys yma. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod felly'n delio gyda sylwadau ehangach ar y broses o greu polisi, megis ymrwymiad y Senedd gyda cymdeithas sifil a dargyfeiriad polisi dros y DU.

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Ariannu datganoli

Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn delio â gwahanol agweddau ar sut y mae'r Senedd a sefydliadau datganoledig eraill y DU wedi cael eu ariannu ers datganoli, ac hefyd ar ddatblygiad pwerau i godi trethi yng Nghymru

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Ymadael â'r Undeb Ewropeaidd a Datganoli

Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn edrych as sut y gall y penderfyniad i ymadael â'r Undeb Ewropeaidd effeithio ar ddatganoli yng Nghymru

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