Local wellbeing indicators

Happy City and What Works Wellbeing, 2017

Happy City and What Works Wellbeing have published Understanding local needs for wellbeing data: measures and indicators. 

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Source: Happy City and What Works Wellbeing

This report presents a new Local Wellbeing Indicator set for local authorities, public health leaders and Health & Wellbeing boards. The indicators use existing data and research to provide a picture of local residents’ lives and community wellbeing. The indicators look at personal relationships, economics, education, childhood equality and health and offer a picture of what affects communities as opposed to traditional metrics.

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