Nov 26, 2015 | by Tricia

The Wellbeing of Future Generations in Wales

Earlier this year he Welsh Government passed the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act. This sets out 7 wellbeing goals which 44 public bodies across Wales must work towards.

This video sets out what the act is all about:

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Welsh people were asked what mattered to them through the Wales We Want national conversation which informed the legislation.

How do you measure a nation’s progress?

There consultation on the indicators by which the progress towards these goals is open until 11th January 2016

→Take part in the Consultation


We have a couple of new case studies and a debate to share so we can help people learn from practice:

Darnall Wellbeing: “there are other ways to stay healthy“, a community health organisation in Sheffield who’s aim is to reduce health inequalities by helping people build their knowledge and resilience to manage their own health and wellbeing

Can ICT help community cohesion?, looking at rural areas and a new project looking at creating community wellbeing in areas of urban deprivation both from the New Europe Centre at Aberdeen University.

What is a good life? Can science and medicine tell us? filmed debate as part of Battle of Ideas 2015 with our Director, Nancy Hey.

→Share learning and insights from your work

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