2016 – 2017 Reflection Paper on Culture and Wellbeing

Cultural practices and participation are key factors for social and personal well-being and contribute to citizens’ ability to deal with social and economic change. But these factors are seldom recognised in the existing, conventional systems of measurement. CAE has therefore addressed this issue by designing and disseminating an ad hoc information system, based upon qualitative and quantitative (indicators and data) methods of collection. This study has continued its work in Year 3 to address the question “why culture is best suitable for inducing social change?” to better understand the contribution of culture on society.

(CAE, Feb 2017)


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