Join the online discussion launched today:
Have your say and be a part of the conversation shaping the future of measuring what matters.
The discussion will focus on the next phase of the progress movement and seeks contribution from all interested individuals and organisations.
Does this all sound new to you? Here is a little background on what we are talking about:
Over the last decade, organisations around the world have been developing new indicators of progress that look beyond GDP and economic growth in measuring well-being. To date, the progress discourse has focused on the development of new measures and methodologies to gauge well-being at the local, national and international levels.
Today, a new conversation is taking place: now that we have newer and smarter measures of progress, how can they be applied to policy?
About the host
One of the leading organisations in the progress movement, the Canadian Index of Well-Being (CIW), invites you to join this conversation and have your say in the next global phase of measuring what matters and in finding out how these indicators are going to be used at the policy level.
Watch the video below and join have your say- join the online discussion here, tell us what you think or respond to key questions listed on the discussion page.
You can aslo join the conversation on Twitter, simply use the hashtag #stats2policy