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Publications 27 May 2022
Infrastructure and longterm wellbeing
This commentary report accompanies a rapid review of evidence about how physical infrastructure influences long-term wellbeing, commissioned by the Welsh Government to help inform its...
Commentary 26 May 2022
Integrating wellbeing objectives into long-term infrastructure planning
Integrating wellbeing objectives into long-term infrastructure planning is a necessary condition for ensuring the Wellbeing of Future Generations. From empowering citizens to make decisions affecting...
Commentary 25 May 2022
Infrastructure and Wellbeing in Wales
Transport infrastructure and wellbeing objectives Transport infrastructure is most directly relevant to the following of the Welsh Government’s ‘wellbeing objectives’(Wellbeing of Wales: 2021 | GOV....
Commentary 24 May 2022
Infrastructure requirements for Wales to transition to a prosperous, sustainable economy
Understanding wealth and wellbeing   The twenty-first century will not be like the twentieth. Most obviously, the economy of the future will be low-carbon, more efficient,...
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...
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Policy interventions to support participation in post-compulsory education
5 May 2022
Join us for our first in-person event at our brand new home in sbarc|spark on 5th May.   The event will bring together and...
Publications 10 April 2022
What Works Network Implementation Project
Building on our work to increase the impact of the What Works network across the UK, the Wales Centre for Public Policy won funding from...
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...