Felicidade e Caridade Além Das Fronteiras featuring Maria Luisa (Lulu) Carter

Felicidade e Caridade Além Das Fronteiras featuring Maria Luisa (Lulu) Carter

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Maria Luisa

Thursday, Aug 27 – 12:00 PM ET

Brought to you by the WOHASU® Foundation

A pandemia Covid-19 colocou o serviço a outras pessoas no topo da lista de problemas globais críticos.

Nesta sessão, Maria Luisa (Lulu) Carter do Brasil conduzirá uma conversa focada em caridade, serviço comunitário, filantropia e aprendizado de serviço, tanto local quanto globalmente. Luisa discutirá a importância do papel de voluntária e cuidadora e demonstrará como a teoria de bem-estar do Wholebeing Institute SPIRE (Espiritual / Físico / Intelectual / Relacional / Emocional) conecta a felicidade e as emoções positivas que vêm de compartilhar seus dons através do serviço.

The Covid-19 pandemic has made service to others high on the list of critical global issues. In this session, Maria Luisa (Lulu) Carter from Brazil will lead a conversation focused on charity, community service, philanthropy and service learning, both locally and globally. Luisa will discuss the importance of the role of volunteer and caregiver and will demonstrate how the Wholebeing Institute’s SPIRE theory of well-being (Spiritual/Physical/Intellectual/Relational/Emotional) connects happiness and the positive emotions that come from sharing your gifts through service.

This master class will be hosted in Portuguese.

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Status of the Global Happiness Movement featuring Richard Layard & hosted by Karen Guggenheim

Status of the Global Happiness Movement featuring Richard Layard & hosted by Karen Guggenheim

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Richard Layard

Monday, Sep 14 – 12:00 PM ET

Richard Layard is a British labor economist, currently working as program director of the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics. His early career focused on how to reduce unemployment and inequality. Richard was Senior Research Officer for the famous Robbins Committee on Higher Education. This committee’s report led to the massive expansion of UK university education in the 1960s and 1970s.

Following research on happiness begun in the 1970s by economists such as Richard Easterlin at the University of Southern California, he has written about the economics of happiness, with one theme being the importance of non-income variables on aggregate happiness, including mental health. Richard is co-editor of the World Happiness Report and Global Policy Report, and co-founder of Action for Happiness.

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