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World Happiness Report 2024: Asian Launch

Join Editors, contributing authors and other wellbeing experts at the Asian launch of the World Happiness Report, hosted online by Prof Shun Wang of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University.

The World Happiness Report is a partnership of Gallup, the Oxford Wellbeing Research Centre, the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and the WHR’s Editorial Board. The report is produced under the editorial control of the WHR Editorial Board.

More details of how to register for this free event will be added here.

World Happiness Report 2024: European Launch

Join Editors, contributing authors and other wellbeing experts at the European launch of the World Happiness Report, hosted at the World Happiness Summit 2024 in London.

The World Happiness Report is a partnership of Gallup, the Oxford Wellbeing Research Centre, the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and the WHR’s Editorial Board. The report is produced under the editorial control of the WHR Editorial Board.

Find out more and purchase tickets here.

World Happiness Report 2024: Global Launch

Join Editors, contributing authors and other wellbeing experts at the global launch of the World Happiness Report, hosted at Gallup Headquarters in Washington DC.

The World Happiness Report is a partnership of Gallup, the Oxford Wellbeing Research Centre, the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and the WHR’s Editorial Board. The report is produced under the editorial control of the WHR Editorial Board.

Find out more and register here.

The science and policy of wellbeing

What produces a happy society and a happy life?

The discipline of wellbeing science seeks to answer this question using empirical evidence about what makes lives more worth living. It aims to transform our ability to base our decisions on the outcomes that matter most, namely the wellbeing of us all including future generations.

Join Professor Lord (Richard) Layard and Professor Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, co-authors of a recent book “Wellbeing: Science and Policy”, as they discuss with Professor Sir Charles Godfray, Director of the Oxford Martin School, how wellbeing can be measured, what causes it and how it can be improved.

To register to attend, either in person in Oxford or online, please visit oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/events/wellbeing.