What it means to be a member

WEAll’s principles

WEALL IS AN ALLIANCE

We welcome organisations as members that are working towards the creation of a wellbeing economy in any sector, anywhere in the world.

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.

Michael Pirson, Fordham University

It’s critical that in this point in time specifically, people start collaborating more. As a species we have survived solving problems together, and that’s what we’re trying to do with the Wellbeing Economy Alliance
2018-08-31T13:19:09+00:00
It’s critical that in this point in time specifically, people start collaborating more. As a species we have survived solving problems together, and that’s what we’re trying to do with the Wellbeing Economy Alliance

Rajiv Joshi, the B Team

We need, at this critical time in history, for business, faith based organisations, civil society, the media, young people – for all of us to start joining forces and stepping out of our institutional silos to see how we can galvanise a broader movement to bring about the change we urgently need
2018-08-31T13:16:47+00:00
We need, at this critical time in history, for business, faith based organisations, civil society, the media, young people – for all of us to start joining forces and stepping out of our institutional silos to see how we can galvanise a broader movement to bring about the change we urgently need

Rowan Mataram, Rethinking Economics

Until we get together and all start to make changes to the economy, which will have knock on effects on everything else that we’re all trying to work towards, we will not have a world that we can all live in in the next 50-60 years
2018-08-31T13:17:37+00:00
Until we get together and all start to make changes to the economy, which will have knock on effects on everything else that we’re all trying to work towards, we will not have a world that we can all live in in the next 50-60 years

Bob Costanza, Australia National University

There are a huge number of people and organisations in the world that are thinking along these lines, that really do want to create a wellbeing economy rather than one that is simply a growth economy, that recognise that we’re headed in the wrong direction and want to put that right. We all need to create a better world, and we can only create it together as a coordinated group
2018-08-31T13:20:20+00:00
There are a huge number of people and organisations in the world that are thinking along these lines, that really do want to create a wellbeing economy rather than one that is simply a growth economy, that recognise that we’re headed in the wrong direction and want to put that right. We all need to create a better world, and we can only create it together as a coordinated group

Oliver Greenfield, Green Economy Coalition

We need to make sure there’s an inclusive story, where people can all prosper, and that new economy can come about. It is starting to come about. But we need better ways to break through, we need more people to know about this, we need more people acting on this, we need more collaborating
2018-08-31T13:18:32+00:00
We need to make sure there’s an inclusive story, where people can all prosper, and that new economy can come about. It is starting to come about. But we need better ways to break through, we need more people to know about this, we need more people acting on this, we need more collaborating
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