credible evidence for better decisions, to improve lives

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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What do we know about tackling loneliness (so far)?

Today we publish What do we know about tackling loneliness? A ‘review of reviews’  that is based on a sift of 364 evidence reviews from across the world, and within the UK.  It was carried out with our Culture and Sport Evidence team at Brunel University London and...

What might a rise in social trust mean for our wellbeing?

The British Social Attitudes survey has been carried out annually by the National Centre for Social Research since 1983. Every year they ask over 3,000 people what it's like to live in Britain and how they think Britain is run. Our Head of Evidence,...

What works to improve wellbeing at work? Three years of evidence

This week is #worklifeweek and we’ve got a useful offerings for employers, to help make evidence-informed decisions on improving wellbeing in your team or organisation. Work and learning: three years of evidence at your fingertips Our Work and...

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