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Work Package # 9Health in all Policies

Wellbeing economy


The Aim of this task s to provide a practical framework for the Wellbeing Economy approach, analysing the opportunities, identify and disseminate effective ways to implement it to enhance sustainable wellbeing for people and the planet. Health is a crucial aspect of wellbeing, and in that context, we explore the concept of wellbeing economy and develop its tools especially from the point of view of strengthening proper inclusion of health and health equity in wellbeing economy concepts and debates.

Operationalise the concept of Wellbeing Economy

The aim of this sub-task is to evaluate what kind of systems and policy changes/adjustments are needed to move towards a wellbeing economy in EU MSs. Through a literature review a concept of wellbeing economy will be clarified.  

Implementing Wellbeing Economy

The aim of this sub-task is to map the current situation, identifying enabling and hindering factors in the implementation of Wellbeing Economy. A situation analysis will be conducted to learn about the implementation of wellbeing economy in the MS. 

Performing cost benefit analysis of selected wellbeing interventions and report on the results

In this sub-task a selected wellbeing interventions will be analysed.  

Developing Wellbeing budgeting

Mapping best practices in selected EU countries as a basis for successful wellbeing budgeting through situation analysis.

Developing and implementing Wellbeing Economy toolbox

This sub-task will present available policy instruments at different governance levels to advance well-being economy policies in EU/EEA MSs, reviewing case studies and best practices and identifying obstacles and leverages in the implementation.  

Wellbeing Economy Forum

The objective is to organize annual meeting to share experiences, disseminate and promote best practices. The participants are expected to include JAPrevent NCD partners, high-level representatives of ministries, public health decision-makers, experts and representatives from civil societies, wellbeing economy partners, and advocates from local, national and regional levels.