The Next Era of well-being
How do we build well-being in the future? The vision for the next era of well-being provides guidelines for a progressive social policy aiming at a fair and sustainable future.
What is this about?
The vision for the next era of well-being is based on Sitra and Demos Helsinki’s initiative, The Next Era.
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What will a flourishing society look like in 2050? A new book presents a vision of future well-being
Basic income is just the beginning as Finland, one of the most innovative governments in the world, looks to citizen-driven governance
The Next Era publications provide different viewpoints on the ongoing societal transformation and its implications. The publications and Megatrends 2017 highlight some of the most important phenomena that will influence well-being in the Nordic countries in the future.
THE NEXT ERA OF WELL-BEING
The fifth publication presents the core findings of the work. What does the next era of well-being look like? Get to know the ideals, vision and solutions.
The fourth publication discusses how the global sustainability crisis is challenging the Nordic model of well-being, and potential roles for Finland and other Nordic countries in solving the crisis.
GROWTH AND PROGRESS
The third part of the publication looks at progress in developed societies where low economic growth is the new norm and proposes a new, pluralistic view.
DEMOCRACY AND PARTICIPATION
In the second part of the three part publication we identify the forces that are changing democracy and participation – and offer solutions to make them stronger.
"Politics is broken" – or is it that the ideological battle has simply made a return to politics?
WORK AND INCOME
Read the first of a three part publication on the future of just society in the digital era. In these articles we look at how societies react to massive changes in the global mechanics of work.
Rethinking domestic and urban spaces for a better future: lessons from the Spanish property bubble
“For many people, flexibility at work can be a liberation.” Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, Royal Society of Arts
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