Scotland can be a key player in the global movement for a wellbeing economy. Across Scotland, the purpose of the economy and the dominant model of growth is being reconsidered, with pioneering projects springing up across different sectors. WEAll Scotland will connect these initiatives, amplify narratives and support a critical mass of change makers.
Be part of WEAll Scotland
If you share our vision of an economy that works not solely for growth or profit but in service of our communities and our planet, please join a cross section of people from across Scotland to help us develop the principles, priorities and partnerships that will make this happen.
The WEAll Scotland team
WEAll Scotland is coordinated and run by a voluntary board, made up of: Una Bartley, Sarah Deas, Bob Downes, Jock Encombe, Doreen Grove, and Karen Moore Davidson.
This voluntary board is supported by WEAll Global amplification team members Katherine Trebeck and Lisa Hough-Stewart, and Event Coordinator Ellie Logan.
WEAll Scotland is a new movement and is in early stages of forming into a force for change. WEAll Scotland held its inaugural meeting, The Wealth of Nations 2.0: the conditions of wellbeing, on Tuesday 2nd October 2018, at Edinburgh’s Future Institute. Prof Jacqui McGlade, University College London Institute for Global Prosperity and Dr Katherine Trebeck, Research Director, Wellbeing Economy Alliance set the scene and stimulated thinking, and participants from a range of backgrounds and disciplines across Scotland helped shape the way forward for this new alliance.
Read more about the event in this new blog summarising the day.
If you want to be kept updated as to the outcome of the next steps of WEAll Scotland please email your details to mailto:Scotland@wellbeingeconomy.org
However, please note that we are currently a mostly volunteer run organisation, and while we’ll endeavour to get back to you as quickly as possible there may be a delay.
*This event was sponsored by The Poverty Alliance, Baillie Gifford and Edinburgh’s Future Institute at the University of Edinburgh.