This is a workshop run by NENA and the Wellbeing Economy Alliance (International) on how to design policies for a wellbeing economy.
WELLBEING ECONOMY ALLIANCE
WEAll is an international collaboration of organisations, alliances, movements and individuals working towards a wellbeing economy, delivering human and ecological wellbeing.
**For more information, visit their website: https://weall.org/about
WELLBEING ECONOMY POLICY DESIGN GUIDE
WEAll's policy design guide has been created to support visionary policy makers to build more just and sustainable economies for people and planet. It includes resources, tools, case studies and suggestions that can help people to both develop and implement Wellbeing Economy policies. The policy design guide creates an opportunity for international collaboration to transform our local economies in order to create ecologically healthy and social just societies.
Amanda Janoo, Knowledge and Policy Lead, Wellbeing Economy Alliance
See Amanda Janoo's presentation here.
Amanda Janoo is the Knowledge and Policy Lead for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEALL). Amanda is an economic policy expert with over a decade of experience working with governments and international development institutions around the world. Her work aims to build just and sustainable economies through goal-oriented and participatory policy design processes.
Prior to joining WEAll, Amanda worked for the United Nations and the African Development Bank as an industrial policy and structural transformation expert. As a Fulbright researcher, she explored the relationship between international trade and informal employment. She graduated from Cambridge University with an MPhil in Development Studies and heralds from the green mountain state of Vermont, in the USA.
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