Wellbeing Wednesday archive
April 2021: New look, website & priorities
Dec 2020: A Year of Guest Blogs | Year in Review
Nov 2020: Education | Reflections
Oct 2020: Democratic Engagement | Reflections
July 2020: Environment | Reflections
June 2020: Living Standards | Reflections
May 2020: Leisure & Culture | Reflections
Mar 2020: Time Use | Reflections
Apr 2020: Healthy Populations | Reflections
Feb 2020: Community Vitality | Reflections
Jan 2020: Welcome to Wellbeing Wednesday
Guest Blog archive
April 2021: Let's Explore Wellbeing Budgets
Dec 2020: Confronting inequalities by focusing on wellbeing
July 2020: Living as if the future of our grandchildren mattered
June 2020: Using Treaty to Address Inequities in Saskatchewan Standards of Living
May 2020: Rising to the Occasion: Responding to Inequality in Recreation, Now and in the Future
April 2020: Shifting the way we spend our time
March 2020: Wellbeing belongs to everyone
Feb 2020: What does heritage have to do with wellbeing?
Let's Explore Wellbeing Budgets
Internationally, many jurisdictions have taken steps to incorporate quality-of-life and wellbeing measurements into their political, socio-environmental, and economic decision-making. By incorporating and implementing cross-sectoral approaches to improve wellbeing for their citizens, these countries are equally assessing the economic, social, cultural, and environmental contexts in which they make their political decisions.
Join us as we explore how New Zealand, Germany, Iceland, and Scotland have implemented wellbeing measurements in government decision-making.