As we celebrated our National Patron Saint’s Day last week, we were reminded of our country’s strong cultural identity and affinity with the arts
International Women’s Day and what it means for the well-being of future generations of Wales
As 2017 gets under way, it was great to start the new year by meeting with members of the Young Wales Project, a group set up to empower and give...
If the UK Government were bound by the Well-being of Future Generations Act, would the EU Referendum have gone ahead?’ Wales’ Future Generations Commissioner reflects on what the Brexit result...
The pace of technological change is so fast it’s difficult to imagine what the world of work will look like for our children and future generations.
My experience as an apprentice with the Office for Future Generations Commissioner
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. It is a common phrase that we use in our office where the second-hand office furniture and ‘no plastic cup’ signs welcome visitors.
Foresight and whether we could have predicted Brexit
Should robots speak Welsh?
Embedding public value within the heart of the activities of Cardiff Business School, is a unique feature of the school.
For our younger generation, housing is undoubtedly one of the most difficult challenges they face.
On a sunny day in June 2018, I was privileged to be invited to attend the Inaugural EU Cities Fair and Ethical Trade Award Ceremony, in Brussels along with representatives...