Implementing wellbeing economy policies



To carry out the policies you have identified as best suited for achieving your wellbeing goals

Many governments face challenges when it comes to implementation, with a large gap between what was planned and what happens on the ground.

Many of these challenges can be overcome by engaging people throughout the strategy and policy design process, so that they have a clear understanding of the logic and purpose of policy initiatives and can tailor them to their context.

While the process of developing strategies and policies begins with a high-level wellbeing vision and works its way down, the actual achievement of this vision will necessarily be ‘bottom-up’, driven by transformations in activities and behaviours in all sections of society. Thus, empowering people to take the lead in designing, aligning, and monitoring wellbeing policy initiatives is important for effective implementation.


Empowering localised policy implementation

Provide space for coordinated local action to ensure greater legitimacy, adaptability, and continuity of initiatives


Participatory monitoring of implementation

Empower local communities to continuously monitor and provide feedback on wellbeing policies