What is WEAll ?

WEAll is a new global collaboration of organisations, alliances, movements and individuals working together to change the economic system to create a wellbeing economy: one that delivers human and ecological wellbeing.

Join us at NESI Global Forum 2019

WEAll is excited to collaborate with our member NESI (New Economy and Social Innovation) to present the Global Forum 2019. Held in Malaga, Spain from 24-26 April, this Forum will be a crucial moment for the wellbeing economy movement to come together and “dream, design and do” the future we need.

Latest updates

“Less is Max”; probably the best educational game in the world for the wellbeing of society and the planet
“A game like this should be in all homes, schools and offices where big decisions are made.  I recommend games
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Enter Shikari’s Rou Reynolds supports Wellbeing Economies film
The central themes of our film are often reflected in the lyrics of the British rock band Enter Shikari. That’s
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New Love Zero Waste podcast
WEAll Member Circulous has launched an exciting new podcast focused on achieving a zero waste future – listen to the
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WEAll Scotland ‘Arrival’ events give cause for optimism
Guest blog from WEAll Scotland The launch of new book ‘The Economics of Arrival: ideas for a grown-up economy’ by
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Take part in a dialogue on pluralist economics education
Guest blog by Henry Leveson-Gower, Promoting Economic Pluralism As a follow-up to our blog for WEAll from last December, we
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Telling the wellbeing economy story in the media
This week, as the World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos, Oxfam has unveiled its latest report on the global
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March 26, 2019 4:00 pm

Pre-NESI Webinars “Who shapes our cities? Learning from London, Boston and Tuxtla Gutiérrez”

Seventh Webinar: Jonathan Schifferes  makes us reflect about “Who shapes our cities?, learning from London, Boston and Tuxtla Gutiérrez”...

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Time for a rethink? Why economics education needs to change

March 26, 2019 6:00 pm

Time for a rethink? Why economics education needs to change

For decades, students have raised concerns that the economic education they receive in the classroom bears little relation to the world around...

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March 27, 2019 4:00 pm

Pre-NESI Webinars “What lies ahead in the future of work – thinking beyond mass automation”

Eighth Webinar: Fabian Wallace-Stephens will helps us discover “What lies ahead in the future of work – thinking beyond mass automation”...

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