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Actionable Crowdsourced Policies for Homelessness

By Isabel Nuesse This past month, I represented WEAll at an online ActionAble event on the topic of ‘Homelessness in the UK’. The webinar included two other speakers, Lisa-Marie Bowles from LB Camden and Shane Cole from Feed Up Warm Up, Lisa-Marie spoke about current actions taking place in Camden on housing during the time […]

Learning How To Be Anti-Racist

Alongside our entire membership, WEAll has been learning and working to deepen our understanding of systemic racism – and the ways in which we can be actively anti-racist. We came across this resource: The Anti-Racist Educators Network which is a grassroots movement holding individuals accountable for working to combat systemic racism in their communities. The […]

WEAll Scotland’s initial response to the Scottish Government’s Economic Recovery Report

Today, 22 June 2020, the Scottish Government’s Advisory Group on Economic Recovery published its report, ‘Towards a robust, resilient wellbeing economy for Scotland’. As an organisation whose purpose is to support the creation of a wellbeing economy in Scotland we are excited to see the prominence given to this goal in the report’s title. Our […]

Memes, Stories, Narratives, and Transformation to a Wellbeing Economy

Written by  Sandra Waddock, Boston College Carroll School of Management (cc) 2020 ___________ In a powerful book published in 1986 called Images of Organisation, management scholar Gareth Morgan vividly demonstrated how the metaphors used to describe organisations shape perceptions of who these organisations are. Metaphors are one type of meme. Memes [in this case speaking […]

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Measuring economic success

GDP as a a measure has led to economies that priorities growth above all else, at the expense of the wellbeing of humanity and the natural world. This fascinating discussion looks at GDP and how the the concept of a wellbeing economy has moved from theory, into practice in its adoption by various governments around […]

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On Violence

By Ayomide Fatunde Ayomide Fatunde is an MIT-trained chemical engineer who was born in Lagos, Nigeria and grew up in Miami, Florida. She is currently based in Stuttgart, Germany where she’s been working for Daimler AG since November 2019 as part of their rotational leadership development program. Her projects centre on the company’s CO2 strategy […]

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WEAll supports UK #BuildBackBetter campaign

This week the #BuildBackBetter campaign has launched in earnest in the UK, and the Wellbeing Economy Alliance is proud to support it alongside more than 70 other diverse organisations. The campaign calls for “a new deal that prioritises people, invests in our NHS and creates a robust, shockproof economy that is capable of tackling the […]