Care, food, housing, energy, construction are all examples of the Foundational Economy. The industries and firms that are there because people are there. The food we eat, the homes we live in, the energy we use and the care we receive: those basic services on which every citizen relies and which keep us safe, sound… Read More Written Statement: Foundational Economy
For the first time, this week the Office for National Statistics released the latest personal wellbeing data, alongside their indicators for economic wellbeing. Our Head of Evidence, Deborah Hardoon, explored the results and finds three things things that stand out.
Young people across Wales want the new Welsh Youth Parliament to look at the issues around emotional and mental support when it meets in full for the first time next month.
The Lifeline service in Torfaen is currently trialling the use of new smart technology in order to support the most vulnerable people across the borough to overcome the challenges they face daily.
The scheme will provide a healthcare and wellbeing campus at the Grade II listed Royal Alexandra Hospital and a new building offering a range of community services.
The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 sets out 7 well-being goals for Wales. In 2016 we set 46 national indicators to track progress in achieving these goals. The new national milestones will set out our expectation of this progress. We are consulting on: the criteria for choosing national milestones the National Indicators against… Read More Consultation: Measuring our nation’s progress
Co-operative and community-led housing (CCLH) is about local people playing a leading and lasting role in solving local housing problems, creating genuinely affordable homes and strong, resilient communities.