Commitments of the Public Services Board
Underpinning the work of the Board is a set of commitments that all Board Members and participants sign up to when they join. These commitments are above and beyond the legal duties that the different organisations have.
Healthy City Status
Swansea is part of the Healthy Cities network promoting good health and addressing health inequality in our communities
Children and Young People's Rights
The Board is committed to making sure that services have a positive effect on children and young people in Swansea and have embedded the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into the way we set our policies
Age Friendly Cities and Communities
The Board endorses the principles and actions set out in the Dublin Declaration on Age-Friendly Cities and Communities in Europe.
Good Practice in Public Engagement
The Board endorses the National Principles for Public Engagement in Wales and will strive to follow them in all engagement and consultation. The Board is committed to engaging everyone interested in improving local well-being in the development of both the Well-being Assessment and the Well-being Plan and will strive to reflect the diversity of the population when doing so.
Participation of Children and Young People
The Board is committed to the principles of the National Standards for Children and Young People's Participation.
Armed Forces Community Covenant
The Board is committed to the Armed Forces Community Covenant and to nurturing understanding and awareness amongst the public of the issues affecting the armed forces community.
Convention on Biological Diversity
One Public Sector
The Board is committed to a culture that cuts across organisational boundaries and sectors. Where everyone involved in the delivery of public services in Wales is part of this common endeavour, sharing common values and working together for the benefit of the people of Wales.