The report analyses the progress of all public bodies, including Welsh Government, in implementing the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act since it became law in 2015.

The once-in-five-years Future Generations Report covers each of the seven National Well-being Goals – a prosperous, resilient, more equal, healthier and globally responsible Wales, and a Wales of cohesive communities, with a vibrant culture and a thriving Welsh language.

The report is drawn from the commissioner’s monitoring and assessing work and insights from more than 5,000 people and organisations from Wales, the UK and further afield; and contains recommendations the commissioner considers to be the most significant things that should be done in the next five years to help Wales reach the well-being goals. 

The report also contains a number of ‘Big Ideas’ of how Wales could change for the better, taken from some of the best examples from Wales and across the world.

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