The membership will consist of organisations reflecting the scope and breadth of the Well-being of Future Generations Act and the sustainable development agenda in Wales.
The membership of the forum has been drawn from across various sectors and seeks to provide a balance between those covering the economic, social, environmental and cultural aspects reflected in the WFG Act, as well as a balance between the public, private and third sector.
The membership includes:
- Local Health Board representative (invitation via NHS Wales Confederation)
- Natural Resources Wales
- Sport Wales
- Public Services Board (x1 chair)
- Wales TUC Cymru
- Wales Centre for International Affairs
- Regional Centre for Expertise Network Wales (University network on Sustainable Development)
- Wales Environment Link
- National Eisteddfod
- Disability Wales
- Race Alliance Wales
- Federation of Small Businesses
- CBI Wales
- Local Authority Representative (via Welsh Local Government Association)
- Welsh Council for Voluntary Action
- Co-production Wales
- Cynnal Cymru
- One Voice Wales
- Business in the community
- Children in Wales
- Transport for Wales
- Future Generations Commissioner for Wales office
Additional ad-hoc members
Depending on the topic of discussion, other individuals may be invited to participate or present in meetings of the forum.
The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales and Auditor General for Wales will be invited to participate in these forums given their statutory role in relation to the Well-being of Future Generations Act. The Welsh Language Commissioner, Older People’s Commissioner, Children’s Commissioner and Equality and Human Rights Commission will also be invited, however; they will be engaged separately through existing means.