H-20

WOHASU® Government Track
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H20 WOHASU Government Track

THE H-20 OR “HAPPY 20”

Much like the G20 focuses on growth economics, the H-20 examines wellbeing economics. Social and cultural values differ among countries and within countries. Growth and GDP focus often disconnect policy from citizen aspirations. Science demonstrates the linkage between citizen perceived happiness and satisfaction in government performance.

Invited government leaders, economists, academics, activists, and researchers discuss wellbeing policy. Attendees share societal and national wellbeing policy challenges and good practices.

The H-20 focuses on “Smart Prosperity:”

+ Smart prosperity driven by policy simplification and the latest science
+ Smart social investment practices for lasting national peace and social cohesion
+ Smart economic returns from wellbeing and happiness policy
+ Smart orchestration of health, employment, education, and inclusion policy

Chairman's Message

As Chairman of the WOHASU® Advisory Board, I am proud to announce the third edition of the H-20 Government Meeting, an exciting project and business endeavor for which I have a great passion and deep commitment. I’ve spent decades working on international development helping governments around the world leverage good practices in resource management. But, I must say, I am quite inspired and moved by what we have created with the H-20 and World Happiness Summit®.

My work at FreeBalance has brought new perspective to the concepts of good governance and how transparency and accountability can help build nations. We have also seen the impact of strong, meaningful relationships by building value over time and creating “customers for life.” These beliefs have helped ensure that corporate social responsibility is the foundation of our company and an important contributor to our success.

Global Happiness & Wellbeing
Policy Report 2020

2020 World Happiness Report

The World Happiness Report is a landmark survey of the state of global happiness that ranks 156 countries by how happy their citizens perceive themselves to be.

This is the 8th World Happiness Report. This year the World Happiness Report focuses especially on the environment – social, urban, and natural.

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