Confused by “inclusive growth”? WEAll Scotland’s Una Bartley responds to IPPR report for Poverty & Inequality Commission
Blog by Una Bartley, Director of WEAll Scotland Confused by the term ‘inclusive growth’? You’re not alone. That isRead more.
How would things be different in a wellbeing economy? New WEAll resource explores the differences
“But how would things actually be different in a wellbeing economy?” This is probably the question that our team getsRead more.
In the fight for economic system change, young people are most at risk – and have most to gain –
Blog by Sam Butler-Sloss, Economics for Change Economics for Change – a student-led campaigning organisation based in Edinburgh focused onRead more.
Next Bank of England Governor must serve whole of society – WEAll proud to sign open letter
WEAll’s Chair Stewart Wallis is a proud signatory of an open letter this week in The Guardian, calling for theRead more.
Amp team diary May 2019
Each month, the WEAll Amplification team (Amp team) shares what they’ve been working on, and their priorities for the comingRead more.
Katherine Trebeck on Futures of Work podcast
WEAll’s Katherine Trebeck was a guest last week on the Futures of Work podcast, talking about the need to buildRead more.
New Zealand announces wellbeing budget
New Zealand has been making headlines this week after announcing its new Wellbeing Budget. The government of New Zealand saysRead more.
The Economics of Arrival in London – by Lisa Hough-Stewart
Last week, an enthusiastic crowd in London attended the sold-out event to promote ‘The Economics of Arrival: Ideas for aRead more.
WEAll Youth at NESI Forum – by Pien Gerards, Mara Tippman, Esther Snijder
New Economy and Social Innovation Forum: WEAll Youth participation Last week was the NESI (New Economy and Social Innovation) Forum inRead more.