Universities in Wales don’t fall under the remit of the Well-being of Future Generations (WFG) Act, so why are they forming a network to research and share their knowledge, helping public services work towards the WFG goals?
The simple answer is that they’ve found working within the WFG framework to be beneficial to their research and are embracing the potential impact of sharing their knowledge.
RCE Cymru is a network of all the universities in Wales who are working together in specific groups called ‘Circles of Interest’ to help improve public services, by researching and sharing their knowledge with each other. The impact of sharing their knowledge could help public services make great strides towards the WFG framework. The Good Practice Exchange are working in partnership with RCE Cymru to bring you an event exploring these ‘Circles of Interest’ on 7th November, at an event called “It’s Good To Share”. You can register for the event by clicking here. Find out more about RCE Cymru by following @CymruRCE on Twitter.
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