The rising of Matariki, the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades, signifies for many Māori the start of the new year. It is a time for rest and reflection on the year that has been and planning for the future.
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Written by: Sandra Ericson There seems to be an intellectual allergy to developing policy for the practical knowledge needs of human life. Policy sets out goals, missions, objectives, and visions, but policy does not make a life decision for you and me on a Tuesday morning. Personal policy does that, assuming there is one. This […]
Written by: Lisa Hough-Stewart and Amanda Janoo One of the statements below comes from our latest briefing paper “This is the moment to go Beyond GDP”; the other was made during the Stockholm+50 conference last week by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres: “We must place true value on the environment and go beyond Gross Domestic […]
Written by: Alison Chopel So much of history describes the violent separation of people from land. There is the recurring story of people who arrive from outside with money and weapons to force people to change the way they use their land to nourish their own bodies. There is the recurring story of people who […]
Written by: Lisa Hough-Stewart A little over a year ago, 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 just and sustainable economies for people and the planet. Since then, WEAll hubs in California, Canada, New Zealand […]
Moments before the beginning of the Stockholm +50 Conference, we’re launching a new briefing paper “This is the moment to go Beyond GDP”. This paper has been written by Rutger Hoekstra, author of Replacing GDP by 2030 (Cambridge press, 2019), in collaboration with the Wellbeing Economy Alliance, WWF and the European Environmental Bureau. About this paper […]
Our upcoming WEAll Talk this month will cover the topic of what it means to be regenerative and how organisations can apply this concept to their operations and value chains. The talk will be given by our WEAll member Hannah Temple, the founder of regenerative consultancy TealCo. Don’t miss this special WEAll Talk on Thursday, […]
Want to make an impact in Scotland’s movement towards a wellbeing economy and get involved in the exciting work WEAll Scotland is doing? Join our new volunteer programme! WEAll Scotland, part of the global Wellbeing Economy Alliance, is working to change the existing economic system (which prioritises growth for growth’s sake) to a wellbeing economy […]
The Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) is recruiting a new US Coordination Lead to work with its global Amp Team!
As WEAll expands into the United States, we are looking for a US Coordination Lead to lead WEAll’s work of connecting and accelerating the Wellbeing Economy movement in the US.
We are looking for an individual who has demonstrable strategic and influencing skills, and a passion for economic system change and working collaboratively to deliver it.
The post holder must also be adaptable, creative, good at self-management, and – due to the nature of our small, flat-structured organisation – willing and able to turn their hand to a range of tasks and projects as required to support the movement.
WEAll recognises the need for greater diversity in our team and the economic systems change movement more broadly and is committed to addressing it. If you believe you would bring greater diversity to our team, we’re particularly keen to hear from you.
Click below for more information on how to apply.
The application deadline is Sunday, June 26, 2022 at 11:59 PM UK time.
The Wellbeing Economy Alliance, European Environmental Bureau, WWF International, Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and Club of Rome invite you to join us for an event on “Wellbeing economies: a new economic approach for human and planetary health” at Stockholm +50: Stockholm +50 – Wellbeing economies: a new economic approach for human and planetary health 2 June, 9:30-10:45, Room 4 & […]
New Zealand’s fourth Wellbeing Budget continued the focus on wellbeing. A transformation is still needed to go from Wellbeing Budgets to a Wellbeing Economy – one that delivers wellbeing by default, not one where it needs to be added on.