Evidence programme – applicants workshop presentations and extended deadline

The evidence programme for the What Works Centre for Wellbeing is being commissioned by the our partners the Economic and Social Research Council.  The specifications for the evidence programme were published on 29th October.

On behalf of all funding partners, the ESRC is commissioning four wellbeing themed evidence programmes to look at what works for wellbeing:

  • cross-cutting capability
  • work, learning and wellbeing
  • community wellbeing
  • culture, sport and wellbeing

There was an applicants workshop on 5th November and the presentations from that workshop are now available.

Based on the level of interest, the deadline for the What Works Wellbeing Call has been extended to 21 January 2015.

You can contribute to the development of the centre in other ways here.

Evidence Programme for What Works Centre for Wellbeing – Applicants Workshop 5th November

The Centre’s evidence programme is being commissioned in partnership with the Economic & Social Research Council.8-2754esrc-logo

A synthesis of the evidence about what works to improve wellbeing is being comissioned in the following areas:

1. Cross cutting capabilities

2. Work and Learning

3. Commnuities – social networks, govenance, built environment

4. Culture and Sport

Register today for the applicants workshop in Birmingham on 5th November.

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