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:
- Salford 14 January What is Wellbeing?
- Cardiff 4 February Social and Economic Change and Wellbeing
- London 4 March Wellbeing and public policy
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)