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We are an independent collaborative centre that puts high quality evidence on wellbeing into the hands of decision-makers in government, communities, businesses and other organisations. We bring pioneering thinkers together from across these sectors to share ideas and solutions. Our goal: to improve, and save, lives through better policy and practice for wellbeing.

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Who has the poorest personal wellbeing?

To increase the value of their work for decision-makers, and in keeping with the aspiration to “leave no one behind”, the Office for National Statistics has collaborated with the City, University of London and the London School of Economic and Political...

Evidence round-up and reflections

As the new Evidence team at the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, Deborah Hardoon (left) and Silvia Brunetti share some  initial reflections on the most interesting and challenging aspects of the Centre’s work to build the global evidence base on wellbeing,...

Third sector perspective: place-based change and community wellbeing

This blog comes from Locality, our civil society partner in the Community Wellbeing Evidence Programme. Here, Ruth Breidenbach-Roe reflect on how community practitioners, funders and commissioners can use community wellbeing to guide how we think about place-based...

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