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WEAll Aotearoa is a registered charity focused on sharing and creating new knowledge and policy to influence change towards a Wellbeing Economy; spreading and amplifying powerful narratives of hope to change the debate and inspire New Zealanders from all walks of life and strengthening; and supporting and connecting existing mahi to build a movement for a Wellbeing Economy.

Members have participated in global forums, collaborated internationally to craft the Wellbeing Policy Design Guide which was launched in 2020 and trialled in Aotearoa.

The WEAll Aotearoa Hub has been active hosting webinars and events across Aotearoa, commenting in the media and speaking at conferences. In 2023 WEAll Aotearoa planning an Economy for Public Good ocampaign, Economics Listening tour and hosting the Economy for the Public Good conference at AUT August 31 to promote policies to advance a Wellbeing Economy.

New Zealand is one of the three founding members of the Wellbeing Economy Governments (WEGo) initiative.

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Hosted by the Wellbeing Economy Alliance Aotearoa, the Economy for Public Good Conference seeks to weave a shared purpose for moving beyond a broken ‘business as usual’ economy, bringing together those who want to reshape our economy to deliver wellbeing for nature and all our people.

If you’d like to build bonds and share ideas with people inspired to progress past GDP, and create an economy where people and nature thrive, this one-day, in-person hui is for you.

The programme will serve up opportunities to learn from te ao Māori approaches, harvest global doughnut, degrowth and circular thinking, celebrate local wellbeing and business success stories and learn practical skills.

Thursday, 31 August 2023 held in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, at AUT. Numbers are limited for this in-person only event – tickets $100

Registrations are open now.

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