"I would be interested to meet and discuss how to further develop Urban Woot (pop-up shop) as a well being/happiness shop on the high street and to make it financially sustainable. Presently it is successful in outcomes but not finance - any…"
"The paper from the Symposium on 10 May is now here. There are several suggestions for significant projects that might be taken forward under the RSA banner. Please contact me if you want to get a little more hands-on with any of…"
"There is already strong interest in the forthcoming half-day symposium on May 10th "Is urban living and well-being a contradiction in terms?"
Mor details on the dedicated event page http://www.rsa-sinew-120510.eventbrite.co.uk (please note…"
Half-day symposium with Sir Harry Burns (Chief Medical Officer for Scotland) and Dr Katherine Trebeck (Research and Policy Officer for UK Poverty at Oxfam, Scotland). Delegates will be looking at the inter-relationship between urbanism and well-being not just from a medical viewpoint but also social inclusion, environment and urban design.See More
Lecture and debate on the cost/benefits to society as well as the ethics, legal concerns and morality of macro-interventions to prevent chronic disease. This is the Network launch event and attendees will be welcome to participate in ongoing events and discussion influencing policy and development in the area of human well-being.See More
This is a network which grew out of the Glasgow Social Network. Our intitial targets are addressing the historical education and health deficits in our city and then networking to other former industrial cities. We are making a catalyst…"
Journalist and trend forecaster James Wallman explains why more and more of us are suffering from “stuffocation” – where instead of feeling enriched by the things we own, we are stifled and overwhelmed by them.