Gerry Clarke, World Happiness Project director said the world is facing unprecedented challenges so happiness and wellbeing matter more than ever and the three things everyone can do to help build a more compassionate world are:
- Share positive messages
- Promote peace, kindness and understanding
- Connect with people in a crisis and offer care and support
He said, “In 2022, the World Happiness Report informs that following Covid, people are re-evaluating their lives and increasingly value wellbeing and social connection.
“With the ongoing war in Ukraine, where the people are fighting for their freedom, we are reminded of our basic human rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
“Across Europe we see examples of people showing kindness and gratitude from fellow human beings caught up in the war.”
The next Global Happy Café meeting will be held on Saturday 2 April. Professor John Helliwell, editor of the World Happiness Report will be talking about this year’s edition. There will also be a brief report on the new Happy Cafés that are being launched for the NHS Dorset HealthCare – ‘Here for Each Other’ staff wellbeing project.
To join the Zoom Global Happy Café Meeting, logon at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88302360790?pwd=eWdYd01kSHB4bktZNzN3T1BzZnIrUT09
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