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school reform

We carry most of our activities through mutually reinforcing partnerships aimed at catalysing change at local, national or international levels. Partnership happens between organisations and individuals coming from different sectors and disciplines, but also between different generations. 

We aim to reach a critical mass of partners that can help create a new narrative for children’s well-being and participation and provide the evidence needed in order to create social change. We do this by creating spaces that allow for everyone involved to cultivate their core capacities in a more refined way so as to understand themselves more deeply, relate to each other with kindness and partner for change.

Examples of partnering development activities include:

  • Creating local and international alliances (e.g. national ACT2gether partnerships, the Learning for Well-being Community)
  • Participating in thematic networks (e.g. Child Rights Connect, Alliance for Quality of Childhood in Europe, Eurochild, etc.)
  • Convening project specific partnerships (e.g. Core Capacities for Living and Learning, with UNICEF Office of Research and the Fetzer Institute)
Holistic Well-being

Evidence-informed activities designed to influence opinion, discourse and practice in child well-being


Activities focused on training and facilitation, local interventions, and creating learning resources


Research, evaluation and monitoring, and external 
communication activities

Well-being School Survey

A school-based electronic survey based on the Learning for Well-being framework assessed the well-being experience in schools by pupils, parents and professionals.

Assessment as Dialogue

Together with our partners, we collected over 20 innovative and formative assessment practices. Our main question: how can we support the unfolding of every child’s unique potential through contextualised, individualised, participatory assessment processes that give learners a feeling of agency and self-efficacy?

What Makes Me?

Core Capacities refer to a set of life skills that are naturally present in young children and that can be cultivated through various practices. The Learning for Well-being Foundation is particularly interested in making these core capacities explicit in all learning environments for children and adults.

School Community Development

Ongoing training and coaching educational communities to bring pupils, professionals and parents together to improve well-being.

Elham Palestine

Elham Palestine is the first - country-level - pilot developed by the L4WB Foundation and its partners. Elham is an Arabic word meaning 'inspire', and the genesis, design and structure of this programme is intended to celebrate those who are developing initiatives in the educational systems that can inspire other intrapreneurs.

INTESYS – Integrated Systems in Early Childhood

INTESYS is a three year (November 2015–October 2018) Forward Looking Cooperation Project co-funded by the European Commission's Erasmus+ Programme undertaken by a consortium of partners (see below).

Potential for Life

This is a programme where young people support younger peers in secondary schools. So they can participate in shaping their school environments, and feel more engaged in learning