This event focussed on a Social Imaginary project which the WEAll Hub of Ireland’s core members have been discussing. The project is a co-production process – a community of practice of artists, activists and researchers exploring how we might imagine the wellbeing economy.
The official launch of Ireland's Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) Hub featured Kate Raworth of Doughnut Economics and Katherine Trebeck of the Wellbeing Economy Alliance. They joined with Jennifer Wallace of the Carnegie UK Trust, core members of the new WEAll Hub for Ireland, the Irish Doughnut Economics Network and other local Irish activists, North and South.
Feasta was delighted to host two free events for the 2021 Irish National Biodiversity Week.
Feasta co-hosted two webinars on May 10 and May 17, at noon EST/5pm GMT, which explored the experience and the imperative of instituting a Universal Basic Income (UBI) for all people.
Caroline Whyte makes some suggestions for a fairer, stabler and more effective financial sector in Ireland, including a Dutch initiative that would create personal safe accounts.
This event, jointly organised by Feasta and the Cork Environmental Forum, explored the potential for community-focused banking to help reorient the Irish economy in a healthier direction.