A live stream to Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, Dome Cymru, EPIC Emigration Museum, Dublin, Tuesday 10th March, 13:00-14:00
To mark International Women’s Day Sophie Howe, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, will be appearing via live stream in Dome Cymru as part of Wales Week in Dublin next Tuesday 10 March from 13:00 to 14:00.
Following the Well Being of Future Generations Wales Act panel discussion on the previous day, attendees will have the opportunity to be in conversation with the Future Generations Commissioner herself. The event will be moderated by Bethan Kilfoil RTE Journalist and Draig Werdd member.
With a remit set out in law to be “the guardian of the interests of future generations in Wales”, Sophie Howe is the world’s only Future Generations Commissioner. Sophie took up her post in 2016 and has led high profile interventions around transport planning, education reform and climate change, challenging the Government and others to demonstrate how they are taking account of future generations. She is named in the top 100 Business Women in Wales, is a fellow at Cardiff University Business School and Swansea University, holds an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and a degree in law and politics. She lives in Cardiff with her husband and their five children.
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