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Our connection to the place we live in and the people in our local community is vital for wellbeing. In addition, there is a wealth of other types of communities – interest groups, activist networks, and online communities – which can help you to connect with others. Relationships – through genuine connection to others – are very important for wellbeing. In this section you will find resources relating to how to support community wellbeing in its many different facets.
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Healthy High Streets a report by the Royal Society for Public Health

High streets are often the centres of our communities and have a role to play in encouraging healthy lifestyles. A report by the Royal Society For Public health suggests ways of assessing how healthy or otherwise our high street are. It suggests characteristics of healthy and unhealthy high streets and includes a survey of 70 towns and cities in the…

Self Determination Theory - Psychological Wellbeing and Sustainability

This brief article suggests that to understand the potential compatibility of people’s well-being and ecological sustainability, it may be helpful to attend to the extent to which
people’s psychological needs for safety/security, competence, relat-
edness, and autonomy are satisfied

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