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Welsh Government budget must signal a change in direction to reset our economy

The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed deep structural inequalities in our economy and society including wage poverty, health inequalities, racial disparities, food poverty, job insecurity and imbalances in quality of housing. At the same time climate and ecological breakdown is escalating, and we risk exacerbating all of these challenges if we go back to the way things were.

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The Future Generations Report 2020

This report sets out my assessment of progress made in implementing the Act within the first reporting period, i.e. the last three years

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Three Horizons Toolkit

A new easy-to-use guide will help public bodies to think and plan better for the long-term, by keeping a clear vision and taking future trends into account.

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Horizon Scanning

Should your organisation do it and, if yes, how?

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Progress towards the Well-being of Future Generations Act: Overall Findings

This report presents the main findings of my first round of monitoring and assessing exercise, looking back on progress made in 2017/18 by public bodies, and showcasing some of the exciting initiatives taking place

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Education Fit for the Future in Wales Report

The Education Fit for the Future in Wales report, authored by Professor Calvin Jones (Cardiff Business School) in collaboration with the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, is a White Paper for discussion that calls for us to match the skills needed in the future with our education and qualifications system in Wales.

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Self Reflection Tool 2019

In 2018/19, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales trialled a method of monitoring and assessing progress towards the well-being objectives set by public bodies – one of her duties according to the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.

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Downloadable Images

You can download any of our logos for use in your publication.  However we do request that you credit 'Office of Future Generations Commissioner for Wales' 

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10 Point Plan to Fund Wales’ Climate Emergency

Climate change is the greatest threat facing future generations. On 29 April 2019 Welsh Government declared a climate emergency, shortly after publishing their plan “Low Carbon Wales” which contains 100 policies and proposal but not detail on how these will be funded.

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