The Changemakers: Happier Communities -- John Helliwell,

John Helliwell, CIFAR Senior Fellow and Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia

Video Social Interactions, Identity & Well Being 03.10.2015

There are many tools at our finger tips that can make life better on the ground, in our communities, today. Helliwell discusses how community design, neighbourhood and workplace initiatives, as well as new approaches to policy frameworks can bring about the best in human cooperation and create positive human connections and shared identities.

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