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Dec 7, 2023 | By Robyn Bignall-Donnelly
Our Impact 2022-23
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What’s coming up in 2024: wellbeing projects, conferences and findings
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Dec 12, 2023 | By Robyn
Statement of closure
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Dec 7, 2023 | By Stewart Martin
OECD and wellbeing frameworks: from inspiration to facilitation and collaboration
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Nov 30, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Social isolation and loneliness in later life: learnings from the pandemic
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Nov 23, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
“More research is needed…” The role of ARIs.
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Nov 16, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Measuring progress and quality of life in the UK: November 2023
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Nov 9, 2023 | By Robyn Bignall-Donnelly,Nancy Hey,Stewart Martin
In search of a single figure – measuring societal progress in 2023
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Nov 2, 2023 | By Nancy Hey,Simona Tenaglia
England’s Health Index and subjective wellbeing – exploratory analysis
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Oct 26, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Autumn wellbeing highlights: recent findings and research from 2023
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Oct 19, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
What works to support student mental health – new evidence hub launched
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Oct 12, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Subjective wellbeing measurement across the globe – OECD review of current practice and a new frontier
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Oct 5, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Wellbeing at the heart of policy: setting out the WISER priorities
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Sep 28, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Five years on: what works to tackle loneliness in research and practice?
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Sep 21, 2023 | By What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Children’s wellbeing in the UK 2023
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