Make wellbeing central to public policy

policy and interventions the future of wellbeing

Financial Times

“So how can we move to a more balanced set of priorities? First, there has to be the evidence base. This is coming on well. The first textbook on wellbeing science has just been published. But, second, there has to be more public pressure. That is why 12 major multinational companies have joined with academics (including myself) to launch a World Wellbeing Movement, with very simple objectives.”

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