What is WEAll ?

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WEAll exists to help bring about a transformation of the economic system, of society and of institutions so that we all prioritise shared wellbeing on a healthy planet.

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WEAll is an alliance, and we welcome organisations and people as members that are working towards the creation of a wellbeing economy in any sector, anywhere in the world.

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If you agree the economy needs to be transformed into one that serves people and planet and you embrace working with others to bring about change, then you are welcome to join WEAll.

Latest updates

Amp Team Diary: November 2018
Each month, members of the WEAll Amplification team (Amp team) share what they’ve been working on, and their priorities for
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Petition: Call on the G20 to lead the way to a wellbeing economy
Towards a Global Impact Economy: Letter to G20 Leaders #GlobalImpactEconomy WEAll is supporting some of its members and friends (Sistema
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From ‘Voodoo Economics’ to a Well-being Economy, Africa’s Choice
By Desta Mebratu (Prof.), member of WE-Africa African nations have been importing economic theories to fit realities on the ground,
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Jumping off a runaway train: Guest blog by Dirk Philipsen
Political dysfunction, violence, floods, droughts, hurricanes and opioid addictions. The news headlines are depressing and the problems seem overwhelming. From
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WEAll joins members in call for G20 to support the Global Impact Economy
“We have run out of time for commitments. We now need action. The world is watching.” That’s the message a
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Reading your way to a wellbeing economy: 15 essential books
WEAll members submitted their recommendations for ‘must-read’ books  to understand the case for, and path towards, a wellbeing economy. Here’s
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Calendar

January 25, 2019 7:00 pm

Managing Without Growth | London, UK

Managing Without Growth—Slower by Design, Not by Disaster Book launch Proven to be a valuable resource for students, researchers and NGOs world...

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Can Wellbeing Economies work? New Zealand’s attempt to get off GDP | London, UK

January 26, 2019 1:00 pm

Can Wellbeing Economies work? New Zealand’s attempt to get off GDP | London, UK

This will be a ticketed event on a first come first served basis. Tickets can be found  here . Speakers: Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve (University of...

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The Economics of Arrival: can Scotland be a grown up economy? | Glasgow, Scotland

January 29, 2019 5:30 pm

The Economics of Arrival: can Scotland be a grown up economy? | Glasgow, Scotland

If the only way is up, how do we know when the economy has reached its destination? What does it mean for an economy to Arrive? Instead of...

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