It's time for a wellbeing economy: one that delivers human and ecological wellbeing.
Explore our knowledge hub to build your understanding of what a wellbeing economy is and how we can get there.
We urgently need more support to meet the demand for wellbeing economy ideas and new projects to speed up change.
This project was inspired by WEAll and demonstrates real leadership as member countries work together to prioritise wellbeing.
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When we work together towards our shared vision, we can be greater than the sum of our parts.
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