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WEAll Scotland will work with partners to drive change by co-creating, testing & lobbying for alternative policies, practices & models, and will look to identify the cross-sectoral opportunities for fundamental systems change.
Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) Scotland is a registered Scottish charity - SC049174 - overseen by a board of trustees.
Our work is carried out by a core team of staff members and volunteers, with expertise from a range of backgrounds and extensive networks across Scotland.
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Scotland is 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.
This project was inspired by WEAll and demonstrates real leadership as member countries work together to prioritise wellbeing.
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Latest wellbeing economy news from Scotland
Today, two members of the WEAll Scotland team have been appointed to influential economic advisory roles in Scotland. Dr Katherine
On 7 May WEAll Advocacy and Influencing lead Katherine Trebeck was part of The RSA's webinar series. Katherine had a
By Lisa Hough-Stewart The city of Amsterdam recently unveiled its new Amsterdam City Doughnut, which Doughnut Economics author and WEAll
The impacts of COVID19 on the economy show that the way we do business today is economically unsustainable. Business owners
The covid-19 pandemic has made the inequalities and absurdities of our current economic systems clearer than ever. Economic policies are
The Wellbeing Economy Alliance and the Poverty Alliance have today written to Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, urging her to
‘If we share what we already have more fairly, we can improve people’s lives right now without having to plunder
The Wellbeing Economy Alliance is recruiting for a freelance communications professional to join the team on a part-time, temporary basis
Reposted from Carnegie UK Trust website To coincide with the 10 year anniversary of the publication of the Report