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Commentary 23 May 2022
The impact of infrastructure on wellbeing in Wales
Infrastructure is inextricably linked to well-being. Good infrastructure, well-designed and well-located, developed according to sound principles and in collaboration with the end-users, will likely produce...
Publications 25 March 2022
Reform of electoral law and practice
Background Elections were devolved to Wales through the Government of Wales Act 2017. Since then, Welsh Ministers have embarked on a programme of electoral reform most...
Publications 30 September 2021
Well-being briefings for Public Services Boards
Public Services Boards (PSBs) are required by the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 to produce well-being assessments every five years, in line with local...
Projects
Connecting Communities: Building Relationships
The Wales Centre for Public Policy is partnering with Cardiff Council and Social Care Wales on a four-month National Institute for Health Research funded project...
Projects
Loneliness in Wales
Loneliness has a significant impact on public health and wellbeing, and has been a priority issue for Welsh Government and public services across Wales since...
Publications 23 November 2020
Building back better? Priorities for Reconstruction after the Coronavirus Pandemic
These papers present the findings of six briefings written to inform and challenge the Welsh Government’s early thinking about recovery from the pandemic.
Projects
Increasing diversity in public appointments
In early 2020 the Welsh Government released ‘Reflecting Wales in Running Wales’ (Welsh Government, 2020), its strategy for increasing diversity in public appointments in Wales. The Deputy...
Publications 10 November 2020
Supporting underrepresented groups into public appointments
Owing to the lack of diversity in board membership, many boards in Wales do not reflect the communities they serve. Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic...