Programme

Programme

Arrival and registration at our conference venue in Worcester College

Introductory drinks and formal dinner at Worcester College
Breakfast and continued registration

Plenary presentations

Keynote speakers:

Break for coffee and refreshments

Breakout sessions

Stream #1: Fundamental issues in wellbeing measurement
Stream #2: Economics of wellbeing

Lunch

Plenary presentations

Keynote speakers:

Break for coffee and refreshments

Breakout sessions

Stream #3: Wellbeing policy and interventions
Stream #4: Wellbeing in education 
Stream #5: The future of work and wellbeing

Evening aperitifs and exclusive formal dinner at the Bodleian Library's Divinity School

 

Divinity School

 

Breakfast

Opening keynote:


Roundtable #1: How to best operationalize wellbeing in policy

With a special focus on HM Treasury's Green Book supplement on wellbeing and cost-benefit analysis
Panelists:

Break for coffee and refreshments

Roundtable #2: Perspectives on the use of subjective wellbeing in policy

Panelists:

 


‘Policy Ideation Lab’

Academics propose evidence-based policy ideas to raise wellbeing, with video contributions from around the world.
Partnered with McGill University and their policy proposal index.
Moderator:

Lunch

Roundtable #3: Local policy and community interventions to raise wellbeing

Panelists:

Roundtable #4: Business policy and the role wellbeing metrics can play in measuring the social impact in ESG standards

Keynote speaker:

 

Panelists:

Break for coffee and refreshments

Roundtable #5: International wellbeing policy initiatives

Panelists:

Keynote speech

TBA

Evening aperitifs and exclusive formal dinner at Balliol College dining hall

 

Balliol Dining Hall

* The policy events are generously supported by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation