INVITATION TO JOIN US FOR BREAKFAST AND TO DISCUSS WHAT MATTERS MOST?

DATE AND TIME: Wednesday 25 November 2015, from 7:30am to 9:00am

VENUE: A. Baker, New Acton Pavilion Unit 2, 15 Edinburgh Ave Canberra, ACT (02) 6287 6150 (refer to attached map)

PRESENTER: Imogen Wall, Australian National Development Index

COST: Free – just pay for your own breakfast (menu). (Credit card is the preferred method of payment)

REGISTER ONLINE BY: Tuesday 24 November 2015 at aes.asn.au [2]

 

EVENT DESCRIPTION

In the spirit of holiday cheer and goodwill and as the _2015 EVALYEAR_ [3] draws to an end, we invite you to meet ANDI and join a conversation over breakfast about what matters most.

The Australian National Development Index (ANDI) is a framework that is being developed to capture a complete picture of national wellbeing. It will incorporate a comprehensive set of the key social, health, economic and environmental factors contributing to our overall quality of life. ANDI will include these critical domains of people’s lives that lead to enhanced wellbeing. In a nutshell, ANDI expresses the kind of Australia we all aspire to live in and provides a holistic and integrated approach to measuring wellbeing.

This breakfast will include a presentation on options and issues for moving beyond a focus on economic growth to effectively measure equitable and sustainable wellbeing, and the role evaluators can play in this.

 

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Imogen Wall is an independent consultant in ideas design – helping people formulate, clarify and communicate their creative projects. She worked for many years with the Australian Bureau of Statistics in survey design, social research and wellbeing measurement. As part of this, she reviewed the flagship product Measures of Australia’s Progress, galvanising a nationwide public conversation about what matters most to Australians. She is now working with the Australian National Development Index – an independent consortium developing an international index of equitable and sustainable wellbeing – and on an online tool to put statistical power into the hands of communities and propagate ecological thinking.

 

 

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