To share the latest in wellbeing science with parliamentarians and convene experts and evidence in order to inform policies to improve wellbeing in the UK.
Found: Charity Commission and
NOT GOVERNMENT POLICY]
monetisation of life satisfaction
The Wellbeing Valuation Method
Found: - Pro Bono Economics Written evidence submitted by Pro Bono Economics Pro-Bono Economics Position Paper
Wellbeing Guidance for
1. Economic Growth and Environmental Limits
10/07/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: GDP is an incredibly poor metric for measuring wellbeing or social cohesion. For example, people becoming - Speech Link
2: direct threat to not only those species but human wellbeing in all regions of the world, especially those - Speech Link
3: those indicators, which might well show that our wellbeing is being severely undermined by environmental - Speech Link
12/03/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: the case for Her Majesty’s Government to use wellbeing as a key indicator of national performance when - Speech Link
2: Satisfaction with well-being had fallen in terms of economics, relationships, health, personal environment and - Speech Link
3: benefited considerably from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, set up by the coalition Government in 2014, whose - Speech Link
3. Decarbonisation and Economic Strategy
20/10/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: and—for a time, at least—they can put health and wellbeing above profit and growth. Now, we need those kinds - Speech Link
4. Long-term Health Problems and Work Outcomes
18/04/2017 - Westminster Hall
1: invest in inclusive workplaces and health and wellbeing. It would reduce the £9 billion direct cost of - Speech Link
2: in inclusive workplaces and in the health and wellbeing of their staff can expect wider access to talent - Speech Link
3: them healthy, and it benefits their emotional wellbeing.We can already move forward with many of - Speech Link
21/07/2021 - Commons Chamber
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Public Enquiry Point:
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