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A Time for Doughnuts
By Lisa Hough-Stewart The city of Amsterdam recently unveiled its new Amsterdam City Doughnut, which Doughnut Economics author and WEAll
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Wales joins Wellbeing Economy Governments partnership
The Welsh Government has announced its official membership of the Wellbeing Economy Governments (WEGo) partnership. In a statement by Jane
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Building Business Back Better – the new business pledge
The impacts of COVID19 on the economy show that the way we do business today is economically unsustainable. Business owners
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Ten principles for building back better to create wellbeing economies post-covid
The covid-19 pandemic has made the inequalities and absurdities of our current economic systems clearer than ever. Economic policies are
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We can build back better: Covid-19 makes a case for a wellbeing economy
By Aima Ahmed People are the economy, so let’s put them at its heart Increasing the wellbeing of people is
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Stewart Wallis joins fellow system change leaders to discuss building back better post-covid
WEAll’s Executive Chair Stewart Wallis OBE took part in a spirited and hugely popular online dialogue last week, organised by
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Private gain must no longer be allowed to elbow out the public good
By Dirk Philipsen Adam Smith had an elegant idea when addressing the notorious difficulty that humans face in trying to
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Cities CAN B launches kickstarter campaign to create “Extreme Collaboration” guidebooks
Our friends at Cities CAN B have launched a kickstarter campaign to fund the creation of five Extreme Collaboration guidebooks,
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Children of the Pandemic: Let’s make this generation the healthiest that has ever lived – by Kate Pickett and Richard
Reposted from the OECD Forum Network By WEAll Ambassadors Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson on behalf of WEAll and the
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