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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
Earlier this month, the WEGo partnership was featured in the 2020 edition of WWF's Nature In All Goals publication, which
The Repair Stop, a new community repair enterprise, is opening in Glasgow on 21 July. Sophie Unwin, founder and director
Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) Scotland is seeking to recruit three or four trustees from a variety of backgrounds to join
This week, WEAll joined Social Enterprise Scotland in a webinar: 'Time for Change - New Economy' on the role businesses
Today, 22 June 2020, the Scottish Government’s Advisory Group on Economic Recovery published its report, ‘Towards a robust, resilient wellbeing
Katherine Trebeck (WEAll Advocacy and Influencing lead) has been advocating alternative measures of progress to GDP for a long time
This week the #BuildBackBetter campaign has launched in earnest in the UK, and the Wellbeing Economy Alliance is proud to
By Denisha Killoh, WEAll Scotland This piece was originally published by The Herald on 9 June 2020 The barbaric murder
Blog by Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir, WEAll Ambassador and Professor of Sustainability Science at the University of Iceland June 2, 2020 A