past newsletter issues

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April 2023

In this issue: How CTP can help VCSE organisations; A snapshot of people keen to discuss wellbeing economic frameworks; An invitation to help the Chancellor re-frame national budgets; An upcoming Good Read; and a few highlights from our social media feeds in case you missed them. READ MORE HERE

MARCH 2023

In this issue: International Women’s Day celebration; Valuable new info for Mental Health and Wellbeing policymakers; Welbeing Economy models compared; A film recommendation and a note on the power of language. READ MORE HERE


Special Release: Discussion paper comparing the Shared Ingredients between the foremost Wellbeing Economy Models available and in use in the UK today. READ MORE HERE

January 2023

In this issue: a Brief CTP Update; Oxfam sheds light on mind boggling inequalities; a tribute to Jacinda Ardern; Recommended links and a tribute for one of our own. READ MORE HERE

December 2022

Our last update of 2022 comes at the end of a year that, for many, has been one of the most challenging, with cost of living pressures, energy costs, the climate crisis and profound inequality being just some of the hardships faced in the UK and beyond. READ MORE HERE

November 2022

As well as delivering a wide range of projects embedding wellbeing economics around the UK, we’re continuing to develop and deliver research using the Thriving Places Index (TPI) whose 2022 scores we released in September. READ MORE HERE

October 2022

The Wellbeing Economy movement is not, as some would call it ‘anti-growth’, but rather it is a roadmap to growing the right things – our capacity to thrive, equitably and sustainably. READ MORE HERE


As hardship and uncertainty spread, fuelled by a mini-budget that will benefit the UK’s top earners while increasing inequality, low wage insecure employment and climate damage, we need policy and action to deliver an equitable and sustainable world more than ever. READ MORE HERE

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