Wellbeing debates and seminars January – March 2015

British Academy Debates – Wellbeing British Academy Debates Well-being

Our interim Chair Lord Gus O’Donnell, along with our own Gregor Henderson and Paul Dolan from LSE, are taking part in this series of wellbeing debates on public policy for greater prosperity in the new year #bigdebates

It looks like it will be a great line up of speakers and events across the UK:

LSE Wellbeing Seminar Series Jan-March

We’re also excited for this new series of wellbeing seminars at the LSE including one about What Works for Early Intervention on 15th January from our friends at the Early Intervention Foundation.

The Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics run an established Wellbeing Seminar series.  It is organised by Professor Richard Layard, Dr Nick Powdthavee and Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve

8 Jan The long term effects of social and emotional skills in childhood Alissa Goodman (CLS)
15 Jan What Works in Early Intervention. Early findings from a What Works Centre Leon Feinstein (EIF)
22 Jan The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for recurrent depression Willem Kuyken (Oxford) and Sarah Byford (IoP KCL)
19 Mar Childhood mental health and unemployment across the life-course Liam Delaney (Stirling)
26 Mar TBC John Brazier and Tessa Peasgood (Sheffield)

These seminars are free and open to all – there is no need to register.

If external to LSE please bring a print out or save this information and bring it with you.

Thursdays at 1pm (with sandwiches from 12.45)

Location: 2nd floor Seminar Room (2.04), 32 Lincoln’s Inn Fields

Details of the seminars are posted on the Wellbeing Programme events page, with papers/presentations when available. For any enquiries, please contact Harriet Ogborn, H.Ogborn@lse.ac.uk

Centre for economic performance

 

 

One thought on “Wellbeing debates and seminars January – March 2015

  1. We also have a couple of seminars in 2015 and a conference, that some readers may be interested in. Our ESRC funded seminar series ‘The Politics of Wellbeing’ is looking to define and develop the contribution of the politics discipline in relation to wellbeing. So far we have held seminars on the research agenda; methodologies, evidence and policy relevance; and governance and public policy. The series has not only brought politics into dialogue with other disciplines but also stimulated debate between academics and policy-makers.

    We have a seminar on Political Economy and Wellbeing 30 January 2015 in Sheffield and our final seminar, on Political Theory and Wellbeing, 17 April 2015 in Newcastle. We also have our end of seminar series conference on 17 July 2015 in Sheffield. The call for papers for the conference is now open (deadline for 250 word abstracts is 27 February 2015). For more information on the series, seminars, and conference please visit our website http://politicsofwellbeing.group.shef.ac.uk/ or follow us on twitter @WellbeingPol

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