Preparations for the forthcoming Well-being of Future Generations (WFG) Act
In preparation for the WFG Act, the Commissioner for Sustainable Futures, Peter Davies, would like to invite you to a series of regional events to input into the early development of Statutory Guidance for the Well-being of Future Generations. This will be an opportunity for you to influence how the Statutory Guidance can support public sector bodies to embed their sustainable development duty.
The events running across Wales will also cover future plans for The Wales We Want National Conversation and Sustainable Development Charter as active networks for the new Future Generations Commissioner for Wales.
We hope that you can join us on one of the following dates:
01 May | National Library of Wales Aberystwyth
06 May | Butetown Community Centre, Loundon Square, Cardiff
11 May | focused on the Health sector: Waterfront Museum, Swansea
18 May | Halliwell Centre, Trinity St. David, Carmarthen
28 May | Flint Town Hall All events will be 10 -3pm, with lunch and refreshments provided.
We hope that these events will bring together a mixture of public, private and third sector organisations to explore how the Statutory Guidance can “guide organisations in how they respond to what they have to do as a results of the Bill.” You are welcome to bring information on case-studies and / or guidance that has (or hasn’t) worked well.
Also attached are links to:
- A Welsh Government discussion document on Statutory Guidance for the Bill
- The Wales We Want Report
- Sustainable Development Charter Annual Report for 2014-15
A full agenda will be circulated closer to the date.