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Join the team of WEAll Youth!

We’re looking for people to fill three different roles within WEAll Youth. We’re a youth lead community connecting young students and professionals, locally and globally, to learn about and create a wellbeing economy. It is an economy that meets the needs of all, rather than the wants of a few, a new economic system putting […]

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WEAll Read session on Business, Finance and Lobbying for the Wellbeing Economy

How can and should businesses and finance support social movements to drive change?  From Extinction Rebellion to Bill Gates, the support for a proactive government  for climate action is clear. But the role of business and finance in making this happen is less obvious: can the ‘rule-taking’ private sector legitimately take on a ‘rule-maker’ role […]

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Well Being by Judy Janoo

A poem written by Judy Janoo Let us be knownfor the plea, sea to sea—one country,lakes, plains, city streets,essential work rewardedlong past pandemic disease.Fairness regardless of skin or origin,inequity’s truth an epiphany,warding off war a gain. Let us be knownfor Lincoln and King,for questioning, inventing,justice boring throughsmokescreens, through hateberating those dragging their bonesas the richest […]

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Love Letham

Love Letham is bringing people together to develop a plan to make Letham the best place it can be for children to grow up in. The pioneering project is supporting children, young people, families, the wider community and organisations like Perth and Kinross Council to work together to create a shared local vision of what […]

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Four pilot projects bringing Wellbeing Economy Policy Design to life

By: Lisa Hough-Stewart In March 2021, WEAll published our Policy Design Guide. This Guide was co-created with over 70 WEAll members, and aims to support visionary policy makers to build more just and sustainable economies for people and the planet.  It was never intended to simply be a guidance document,  rather to transform policymaking and […]

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“From Nudge to Push – Money, Power and CO2” WEAll Talk Recap

Written by: Isabel Nuesse In the system that we’re currently living in, money reigns in every aspect of our lives. Wherever money flows in our economy will dictate the priorities of our culture. If this is the case, what can we do in the short-term to influence where money is flowing and, therefore, influence the […]

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WEAll 2021 Round Up

This holiday season, the WEAll Amp team wants to thank our members and friends around the world for collaborating, experimenting and celebrating with us this year. Your work and your passion IS the Wellbeing Economy movement and it’s thanks to you that we’re more hopeful than ever about our chances of bringing a better economic […]

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WEAll Weekly Update – December 17

Welcome to our weekly update! As part of our work to amplify the important work in the Wellbeing Economy movement, these WEAll Weekly Update blogs will share some of the latest and greatest updates from our membership and beyond. Please use the comment box to share any relevant updates from this week and keep the […]

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Grassroots movements are key drivers for a Wellbeing Economy

Written by Suzan Joy We are all victims of various forms of injustices like domestic violence, police brutality, hunger, income inequality, sexual harassment, land conflict, death, betrayal, homelessness etc. Through these shared experiences and stories we find ourselves connected to one another. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we all come from a place of deep […]

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WEAll at COP26 – reflections from the team

COP26 is over – the agreement, which builds on the Paris agreement of 2015, has been reached, and the city of Glasgow has returned to normality. During the two weeks of COP, the city was a hive of activity – within the official “blue” and “green” zones of the conference, and across the Glasgow. What […]

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WEAll Weekly Update – December 10

Welcome to our weekly update! As part of our work to amplify the important work in the Wellbeing Economy movement, these WEAll Weekly Update blogs will share some of the latest and greatest updates from our membership and beyond. Please use the comment box to share any relevant updates from this week and keep the […]