Measuring National Wellbeing: Join the debate at the University of Leeds
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is developing new measures of national well-being. These measures will examine and address the quality of life of people in the UK along with environmental and sustainability issues and economic performance. The ONS has been consulting with people, organisations and businesses across the country, as well as central and local government, to ask what matters most in people's lives and what is important for measuring the nation's well-being.
Now it's your chance to have a say, as the debate is coming to Leeds.
The panel will include:
- Professor Kate Pickett: University of York, Health Sciences/Equality Trust
- Aileen Simkins: Office for National Statistics
- Nina Quinlan: University of Leeds, Wellbeing Directorate
School of Law, The Liberty Building, University of Leeds.
The Liberty Building is situated just off Moorland Road on the western campus of the University of Leeds. It is situated in the north-west corner behind the Business School.
From the rail station, it is a 20 minute walk, or catch a taxi or number 56 bus which stops on Moorland Rd and runs from Albion St/Woodhouse Lane/A660 every 10 minutes.
Leeds-Bradford Airport is about 25 minutes north-west by taxi via the A660.
If travelling by car, there is a visitors' car park at the south end of the University campus or four hour street parking on Belle Vue Road immediately behind the Liberty Building.