Hollywood actor and Unicef ambassador Michael Sheen has been meeting young people in Swansea today, to unveil the city's new commitment to children's rights.
Sheen, who is from Port Talbot, spoke to pupils from Hafod Primary School and Pentrehafod Comprehensive School, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Swansea Council is introducing the Children and Young People's Rights Scheme - which will mean council officers and members have to pay due regard to children's rights in all decision-making.
Swansea says it is the first local authority in the UK to voluntarily make a public commitment to children's rights.
Newport City Council has responded to an open letter by actor Michael Sheen, criticising it for demolishing the city's Chartist Mural.
The council says the decision to remove the mural was made last year.
It says Sheen's letter is "interesting" and "contains some practical suggestions which the council will consider."
His ideas include looking into the possibility of students from art schools and design courses working on a new commemoration of the Chartist uprising of 1839.
The Hollywood star, who was born in Newport and grew up in Port Talbot, took out a full-page advert in the South Wales Argus to write about the 'absurd and tragic' decision to demolish the mural.
The South Wales Argus has published an open letter from Welsh actor Michael Sheen to the people of Newport, criticising the local council for demolishing the Chartist Mural in the city centre.
The Hollywood star was born in Newport, and brought up in Port Talbot.
The mural, which depicts the 1839 Chartist uprising to free political prisoners, was pulled down two weeks ago to make space for a new shopping centre, amid protests from local people.
Sheen writes: "the vicious irony of something created to celebrate those who risked much for the good of all, being wiped out without consulting the people themselves, and under the auspices of a Labour-led City Council serving the needs of profit above all else, is both absurd as well as tragic."
He also says: "That so little was done, or was able to be done, by us, in order to stop this from happening, brings shame to us all."
The actor urges people to spread the word about the Chartists, and has some suggestions on how a new mural could be created.
Fresh from receiving his accolade for Best Actor at the BAFTA Cymru awards last night, Michael Sheen visited his home county of Neath Port Talbot today.
He was giving out the awards rather than collecting them this time though - to schools - which are doing their bit for the environment. Joanna Simpson reports.
Hollywood actor, Michael Sheen, will be visiting a school in his home county of Neath-Port Talbot today as part of his role as a Keep Wales Tidy ambassador.
The Welsh star, who won the award for Best Actor at the Bafta Cymru awards last night, will be going to an Eco-Schools award ceremony at Cwm Nedd Primary School in Glynneath where he'll be joined by the Minister for Natural Resources and Food, Alun Davies.
Eco-Schools is an international programme that teaches children to be environmentally responsible from an early age.
Welsh actor Michael Sheen has been visiting a charity which helps ex-service personnel recover from their injuries. Sheen is a patron of Healing the Wounds.
The charity provides support for people living with post traumatic stress disorder and today he met some former soldiers. David Wood reports.
Michael Sheen is flying to Wales from Los Angeles today to visit the Welsh-based charity, Healing Wounds.
Sheen is patron for the charity which helps to support those in the armed forces and their families, as well as offering treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Hollywood actor Michael Sheen brought a bit of silver screen magic to his hometown Port Talbot last night. The star arrived on the red carpet at a cinema to watch the first screening of The Gospel Of Us, based on the three-day play of the Passion staged in the town last year.