This conference was timed to coincide with and review the first annual reports from the Public Service Boards (PSBs) and reflect on the progress that has been made on the implementation of their individual local well-being plans.
Delegates discussed wider issues for policy and local practice designed to improve economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being across Wales and will assess progress on achieving the aims set out in the 2015 Well-being of Future Generations Act.
Sessions focussed on how the PSB model and the implementation of the 19 local well-being plans are progressing, examining what is currently working, where improvements are still needed, and how experiences so far might affect the future direction of policy and development of well-being plans and public policy more widely.
Delegates heard examples of innovative practice they are implementing in each of their respective fields - across healthcare, culture, the environment and integrated public services - and was an opportunity to discuss how lessons can be learnt from their experiences and might be applied more widely across Wales.
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