By Sam Wren-Lewis The Centre for Thriving Places recently teamed up with the Office of National Statistics (ONS) and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) to look... read more →
COULD YOU BE OUR NEXT TREASURER?
The Centre for Thriving Places is a small charity with a big vision, to improve everyone's chances of living a good life. Our innovative work on economics and wellbeing influences people and places throughout the... read more →
Trying to be a better boss during a global crisis
On International Women’s Day, Liz Zeidler reflects on how the pandemic is fuelling the urgency for ‘good’ jobs where men AND women are not only decently paid with flexible working... read more →
AS LIFE SATISFACTION DIPS, WE FIND WAYS TO COPE
BY SAAMAH ABDALLAH and LISA MÜLLER Yesterday the ONS launched its most significant data set on subjective wellbeing since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in spring 2020. Unsurprisingly, the pandemic and associated... read more →
From crisis to community empowerment
Centre for Thriving Places is delighted to be working with Carnegie UK Trust and Power to Change to develop more support for UK towns to shift to a wellbeing economy approach. This guest... read more →
From doughnuts to digital spiders – what shape will a new economy be?
Covid 19 has tested the nation and the world. It has provided an unprecedented shared experience and prompted a significant rethink of priorities at all levels of society. From far... read more →
Can a wellbeing approach help towns to flourish?
Two in five people in the UK live in towns yet all too often funding and attention goes to larger, more metropolitan areas or regions. Discussion on towns seem to... read more →
Building Back Better: What is ‘better’ and can we build it here?
Centre for Thriving Places has been helping places build a better economy for over ten years. Now that governments and communities around the world are talking about ‘Building Back Better’... read more →
Gardens and green space: a hidden social divide?
In the UK, one in eight households has no access to a garden, and BAME households are nearly 400% more likely to have no access to outdoor space at home... read more →
Looking for freelance web developers to join our network
Centre for Thriving Places is looking for one or more freelance web developers to support us to maintain and develop our websites and digital measurement tools. We are a small... read more →