Towards a Wellbeing Framework and draft Programme for Government

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Author: Martyn Evans and Aideen McGinley, Co-chairs of the Carnegie Roundtable for Measuring Wellbeing

Year: 2016

Does The Draft Programme For Government In Northern Ireland Deliver For Citizen Wellbeing?

 

Our report explores the potential for the NI Executive to place wellbeing at the heart of its work through the new Programme for Government.

The Roundtable reconvened in July 2016 to explore further how the NI Executive can better understand social progress and mechanisms to improve wellbeing.  The report endorses the NI Executive Programme for Government and its commitment to improving wellbeing through an outcomes-based approach to governance.  The briefing includes details of the response submitted to the NI Executive consultation on its outcomes, measures and indicators.


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