TEDx-style talks about the wellbeing economy at AdaptEcon Summit, Reykjavik
In August, WEAll Ambassador Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir brought together the WEAll Knowledge and Policy cluster with the PhD students closeRead more.
The OECD as the clinic to get our economies off growth? – blog by Katherine Trebeck
The OECD has convening power. It has influencing power. And it has the power of its policy advice. It canRead more.
Poverty and the need for a wellbeing economy – Blog by Anna Chrysopoulou for WEAll Scotland
Anna Chrysopoulou is a volunteer with WEAll Scotland – she has written this blog to mark Challenge Poverty Week 2019.Read more.
Mariana Mazzucatto wins inaugural #NotTheNobel prize for fresh thinking in economics
Reposted from Mint Magazine Ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, Mariana Mazzucato was crowned the winnerRead more.
WEAll Ambassador Ayabonga Cawe appointed to South African Economic Advisory Council
Innovative economist, broadcaster and WEAll Ambassador Ayabonga Cawe, has been appointed as one of the 18 members of South Africa’sRead more.
Everyday Inequality – Guest blog by Frankie Galvin of The Equality Trust
Let me start by telling you a secret, you can’t tell my boss though. When I first got a jobRead more.
Meghan Markle learns about wellbeing economy in South Africa
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has been learning about the wellbeing economy during her visit to South Africa, accordingRead more.
French press agency features WEAll in piece about system change
French press agency AFP has written a news piece exploring the need for economic system change and has included WEAll,Read more.
Scottish WEAll Youth leader writes powerful piece for the Independent
Sam Butler-Sloss, who is leading the emerging WEAll Youth group in Scotland, has written a powerful piece in today’s Independent.Read more.