Event: Talk/Forum: Towards a Wellbeing Economy.
Speaker: Dr Katherine Trebeck, Policy and Knowledge Lead for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance.
Title: A Reflection on Building a Wellbeing Economy: What has worked, what doesn’t, and where next for the movement?
Venue: Sanctuary, Augustine United Church, 41 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EL.
Date: Thursday 5 November 2020.
Time: Registration: 6.30pm-7pm. Talk/Forum: 7pm-8.45pm.
Event Description: An informal evening of discussion with Katherine Trebeck about her various projects and efforts to build a wellbeing economy.
Katherine will cast a critical gaze over her work and share some thoughts on where and why success has emerged and what this might mean for the future of the wellbeing economy agenda.
She will also draw on her 2019 book (co-authored with Jeremy Williams), The Economics of Arrival: Ideas for a Grown-Up Economy and discuss how far Scotland has come and might go in building an economy that makes itself at home.
Dr Katherine Trebeck is Policy and Knowledge Lead for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance. She is a political economist with over eight years’ experience with Oxfam GB (including developing the Humankind Index). She sits on a range of advisory boards and holds several academic affiliations. Katherine instigated the Wellbeing Economy Governments partnership and her book The Economics of Arrival (with Jeremy Williams: Policy Press) was published in 2019.
NB: There will be no refund if you cancel your booking.
Cost: £5/£3 (Concessions)/£1 (Students). For a Registration Form: