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Introducing the Learning for Well-being Institute


Introducing the Learning for Well-being Institute

In 2023, the Learning for Well-Being Institute was established as an independent research entity dedicated to advancing the Learning for Well-Being (L4WB) approach through rigorous research and purposeful collaboration. This new entity aims to embed our principles at the heart of global policymaking and drive lasting and impactful global change in child education, health, and social welfare.

The Institute aims to produce actionable evidence that our partners and ourselves can implement to foster well-being across various sectors. A portion of its time is also dedicated to supporting the Learning for Well-Being Foundation by conducting research that aligns with and advances our vision.

We are pleased to announce that Dominic Richardson is leading this new initiative as Managing Director. Mr. Richardson brings extensive experience in research on family policies and child well-being. Before joining us, he led the Education Research Unit and the Social Policy and Economic Analysis Unit at UNICEF Innocenti – Global Office of Research and Foresight and has also worked with the OECD Social Policy Division on a broad range of studies on child well-being, evaluating family policies, integrating human services, and social impact investment. Notably, he contributed to the “What Makes Me?” report on Core Capacities for Living and Learning.

The Institute has made significant strides in its inaugural year, forming key alliances with international organizations, including UNICEF, UNESCO, and the ILO. These alliances and our research efforts have yielded high-quality outputs, laying a solid foundation for future growth.

We invite you to visit the Learning for Well-Being Institute’s newly launched website to learn more about its activities. We are delighted to see the Learning for Well-Being family expand and make a significant impact.

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