April 2019

What works for community wellbeing: a public debate

What works for community wellbeing: a public debate

About this briefing

This briefing reflects discussions that took place at two public hearings organised by Leeds Beckett University on behalf of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, Community Wellbeing Evidence Programme. The briefing sets out some of the evidence and ideas that emerged from the research conducted by the What Works Centre for Wellbeing Centre and the public hearings. It identifies some of the challenges and opportunities around community wellbeing, including the nature of community wellbeing evidence, the relationship between inequality and community wellbeing, and the role of local systems in promoting community wellbeing.

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