Tough times call for bold decisions on preventative spend

10/10/18 Sophie Howe

In response to the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) warning that Welsh councils are at a financial breaking point, Sophie...


The importance of mental health for our future generations


The importance of mental health for our future generations


Our approach to reviewing public bodies’ annual reports

8/10/18 Sophie Howe

How do you find out where organisations are on their journey of cultural change?


Public bodies in Wales can make a simple change to reduce use of plastic

5/10/18 Sophie Howe

n response to a 48% rise in the purchase of disposable plastic straws by Welsh public bodies over the past...


Future Generations Commissioner for Wales on the search for a Poet in Residence

4/10/18 Sophie Howe

In collaboration with Literature Wales, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales is proud to announce it is looking for a...


Future Generations Newsletter

3/10/18 Sophie Howe

We are delighted to share with you our first newsletter.


#SkillsSeptember – Tackling the changing world of work


At Nesta we have spent a lot of time over the last few years thinking about the future of the...


#SkillsSeptember: Thinking about the future means looking for opportunities

26/9/18 Sophie Howe

The pace of technological change is so fast it’s difficult to imagine what the world of work will look like...


What does peace have to do with the Well-being of Future Generations Act?

21/9/18 Sophie Howe

What do we mean, when we talk about Wales and peace and what does peace have to do with the...


#skillsseptember – To Bacc or not to Bacc?


The deadline for responses to the Welsh Government on the status of the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification is TODAY and you...


More progressive decision-making needed to ensure long-term impact on dealing with Wales’ biggest problems

20/9/18 Sophie Howe

Responding to the Welsh Government’s ‘Well-being of Wales’ report published today, Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales said:


#skillsseptember – A Ddylai Robotiad Siarad Cymraeg? (Should robots speak Welsh?)


During the Summer, we hosted our first event at the National Eisteddfod in Cardiff Bay. The subject of debate was,...