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Government launched a public conversation on the Well-being Framework for Ireland (27/10/21)

An Garda Síochána are please to support the launch of a public conversation on the Well-being Framework for Ireland on the 26 October 2021. This follows publication of the first report on Ireland’s Well-being Framework in July, which proposed a vision and conceptual framework for Ireland.

The Framework provides an overarching structure for considering quality of life and societal progress, in addition to macroeconomic factors. By bringing different aspects of people’s lives together, it can facilitate more joined up policy decisions. The public conversation aims to create awareness, test the framework, and to get a sense of people’s priorities. This information raising and consultation phase will help shape a greater shared understanding on what matters for well-being and quality of life in Ireland. It will include a broad programme of engagement with both internal and external stakeholders and wider society.

Link to www.gov.ie/wellbeing-framework