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The Role of Happiness in Social Change: Video with Alex Nunn, Action for Happiness

We are facing many challenges in the world today - political, environmental and social. In this wider context some may ask: why focus on happiness, when there is so much suffering in the world? The below video is a recording of a webinar, featuring Alex Nunn from Action for Happiness, and exploring why a focus on happiness is relevant given the state of the world.

You can watch the whole video, or check out a list of the highlights below, and please feel free to share any / all of this video with others! (You can also find this video on YouTube and Facebook). 

Webinar highlights: 

  • At 2 minutes 50 seconds Alex leads a short guided mindfulness exercise
  • At 7 minutes Alex shares why the topic of happiness and social change is so important to him
  • At 14 minutes 45 seconds Alex explores the links between happiness and social change
  • At 29 minutes 30 seconds Alex guides a mindfulness practice to help support putting our values into practice 
  • At just after 41 minutes there is a section with questions from the webinar audience

Find out more: 

To find out more about Action for Happiness and their Exploring What Matters course - an 8-week volunteer run course that brings people together to explore what really matters in life - follow this link:

Building Wellbeing Together Webinar Series:

This webinar is part of a series of online events run by the Network of Wellbeing (NOW) exploring how we can build wellbeing together in our own lives, in our communities and in harmony with nature. We interview people and organisations working on happiness and wellbeing related projects once every month. Check out links to our next webinar, and recordings of previous webinars below: 

Upcoming webinars:

​Past webinars: 

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