Health and wellbeing in Wales – do we matter?

Wed 5 Jun 2024, 10:00am


Hosted by the WCVA Health & Care Project, this session is based on their research paper: ‘Why the third sector matters to health and wellbeing in Wales’, which was commissioned following the Bevan Commission report: ‘The value and values of the third sector: collaboration with statutory sector to deliver health and social care in Wales’.

Following a brief summary by report author, Richard Newton, the Future Generations Commissioner, Derek Walker, will chair a panel discussion with Kate Williams, Macmillan Cancer Support; Chris Johnes, Building Communities Trust; and Lyndsey Campbell-Williams, Medrwn Môn.


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