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We are an independent collaborative centre that puts high quality evidence on wellbing into the hands of decision-makers in government, communities, businesses and other organisations. We bring pioneering thinkers together from across these sectors to share ideas and solutions. Our goal: to improve, and save, lives through better policy and practice for wellbeing.

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World Happiness Report 2018: migration, wellbeing and happiness

Today is the launch of the World Happiness Report 2018, which focuses on migration. In today's guest blog John Helliwell, report co-author and world leading happiness economist, shares the findings.  The Nordic countries did very well in the Winter Olympics, as usual,...

Finding and keeping work: impact of low wellbeing

Today we publish our latest evidence review that looks at the links between mental health issues or low wellbeing, and finding and keeping jobs. The review authors*, part of our work and learning evidence programme, share the key findings and policy implications....

How does UK rate its wellbeing? New ONS data

Today the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have released their estimates of personal wellbeing in the UK, with analysis by country, age and sex. David Tabor, from the ONS shares the key messages and calls for readers to take part in a survey to gather feedback...

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