This third in the series of international conferences
on Wellbeing and Public Policy will (1)
critically evaluate the rapidly expanding field of wellbeing
research across a range of disciplines; (2) share the work of
leading international organisations; and (3) distil ideas and
practices which will aid governments in developing a wellbeing
approach to public policy.
The first in this series of conferences was held in Wellington
in July 2012 (for a review see here).
The second conference was held at Hamilton College, New York in
2014 (for a review see here). This third in the series will bring
together leading scholars on wellbeing, speakers from several
international organisations and senior practitioners with
experience in applying wellbeing principles to public policy.
The conference will provide extensive opportunity for
participants to network and gain exposure to the latest
theoretical, empirical and policy related ideas on
wellbeing. As such we are open to a variety of
disciplines and methodologies. To enhance participants'
experience, collaboration and networking opportunities, a social
activity is expected to follow the conference on Saturday, 8
Abstracts due: Monday 30th April 2018
Acceptance notification by email: Monday 21st
Early bird registration due: Monday 25th June
For more information and to register click here.