Happiness Conference Panel: Community Well-Being
Gallup defines Community Well-Being as “the sense of engagement you have with the area where you live.”
According to the World Happiness Report 2020, social support accounts for up to a third of one’s evaluation of life, i.e. one’s happiness. A strong and connected community supports the needs of its members and boosts their wellbeing. The key question is, how do we create a strong and connected community in Singapore?
In this Panel Discussion, we have invited esteemed and actively involved members of community groups in Singapore, to share their expertise and views on creating a strong community.
Attendance of this panel discussion is FREE.
This session is part of the annual Happiness Conference, organised by Happiness Initiative in partnership with National Youth Council.
P.S. The Zoom link for this panel will be given to you automatically upon registration.
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Moderator: Russ Neu
CEO, Social Collider
Russ is the Founder and CEO of Social Collider, a collaborative, co-working, and co-innovation community for impact organisations in Singapore. In 2018, Russ published, "It Made A Difference To This One", a book about an NGO that has helped more than 20,000
children impacted by AIDS in China.
Dr William Wan
General Secretary, Singapore Kindness Movement
Dr. William Wan is a public speaker and published author and received several awards including the Ottawa Board of Police Commissioners’ Civilian Commendation. He has an active bucket list which includes skydiving and scuba diving, he mentors young people including his three grandchildren who are all university students.
Community Curator, A Good Space
Vincent devotes most of his time to support members of A Good Space, a community of diverse social changemakers who collaborate and create innovative activities and projects towards a Singapore society we all believe in.
Deputy Executive Director, Beyond Social Services
Ranga's greatest inspiration is the inherent strengths of community members in the face of their struggles. She looks forward to engaging more people in peace building conversations to create a society that is a little kinder, fairer and more cooperative.
ABOUT HAPPINESS INITIATIVE
Happiness Initiative is a social enterprise that translates the science of happiness and well-being into actions people can take.
Hence, helping people live a more fulfilling life and take a preventive approach towards mental health conditions.
We focus on three areas - raising awareness on the science of wellbeing, translating research into practice and programmes, and building a community that promotes the practice of wellbeing.
ABOUT NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL
At NYC, we believe in a world where young people are respected and heard, and have the ability to influence and make a difference to the world. Together with our partners, we develop future-ready youth who are committed to Singapore by instilling in them a heart for service, resilience and an enterprising spirit.
- The event description was updated. Diff#803656 2020-11-03 03:44:27