In 2014 SUII ran a series of programmes around understanding, measuring and promoting wellbeing in collaboration with the Scottish Government, Scotland's Futures Forum, Carnegie UK Trust, Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, Audit Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, David Hume Institute, SCVO and Oxfam Scotland.
Programmes addressed the key issues around social, environmental and economic wellbeing with the aim of making a contribution to the development of policy and practice in Scotland and elsewhere, including the development of Scotland’s National Performance Framework, ‘Scotland Performs’.
Find out more about the programmes by clicking on the links below.
Flourish: Personhood and Collective Wellbeing
Good Lives and Decent Societies: Promoting Wellbeing in Scotland and Beyond
Home not Housing: Engaging with Wellbeing Outcomes
The Path to Wellbeing: Gathering together Publics, Practitioners, Policies and Perspectives
Walking for Wellbeing: Developing Sustainable Engagement between Research, Policy and Practice
The Economics of Wellbeing
Work is ongoing with an exhibition and a public event at the Scottish Parliament planned in 2015. If you are interested in getting involved or would like more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org