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Let's continue to create community - a wellbeing economy
Wellbeing is the outcome of a convergence of factors, including good human mental and physical health, greater equity and fairness, good social relationships and a flourishing natural environment.
Is Britain a fair country?
Wealth inequality has been rising rapidly in Britain for the past 30 years. Is the public aware of the extent of this growth in inequality? Do we think we live in a fairer society than is the reality?
Advancing well-being in an inequitable world - 1
What can we learn from multiple countries about advancing well-being—a notion of health that extends beyond the absence of disease? Need to radically expand the definition of progress to include well-being as a complement to economic vitality.
When you Buy Social, you’re helping to build a better world 
Social enterprises are at the forefront of developing the solutions and fairness that we need. Social enterprises can only create impact if people buy from them and help build a better world.
The spirituality of professional skills and business  
Of Jesus’ 132 public appearances, 122 were in the marketplace. Of 52 parables Jesus told, 45 had a workplace context. Jesus spent his adult life as a carpenter until age 30 before he went into a preaching ministry in the workplace.
Fair pay for fair work 
A look at executive compensation by St Pauls Institute. Companies need to balance justice and self-interest in a way that society perceives as fair and supporting the common good.
Insights into poverty and inequality - 3
Pay is not a strong satisfier but an employees’ perceived lack of pay or unfairly administered pay is a serious dissatisfier.
Insights into poverty and inequality - 1
The amount of money you have is not the main determinant of well-being; what matters is how you feel about it. People who feel relatively poor have behaviours which lead to poverty.

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Online - Break the Cycle - racial equality in education leadership
Explore how to change the culture of education so that no one is discriminated against or disadvantaged because of the colour of their skin. Racism is the complex system of privilege and legacy, access and opportunity, advantage and disadvantage, power and poverty. It is explicit and implicit, conscious and unconscious. It is the air that we breathe. It impacts us all from birth. But education is the engine of social and cultural change. The question is simply, how will we use this moment to harness its power to break rather than reinforce the cycle of institutional inequality? Professor Robert Beckford, educator, author and award-winning broadcaster, Tessy Ojo, CEO of The Diana Award, and Lord Michael Hastings, Chancellor of Regent's University London.

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