Wales faces a number of economic, political and societal challenges. From COVID-19, Brexit, the further devolution of powers, the growing conversation around independence, to sustainable development goals and the wellbeing of future generations, how Wales navigates these questions will be crucial for its future.
Join Carwyn Jones MS (former First Minister of Wales), Auriol Miller (Director of the Institute of Welsh Affairs), and Rachel Minto (Wales Governance Centre, Cardiff University) as they analyse the trajectories and priorities that will characterise Welsh politics and policy over the next decade, with an opportunity to add to the discussion with your own questions.
This event is jointly presented by WISERD (Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data) and Wales Centre for Public Policy. The session was chaired by Dr Matthew Wall of Swansea University.
Link to the event recording is below: