This All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Wellbeing Economics is an officially recognised cross-party group of MPs and Lords in the UK Parliament.

Formed in March 2009, it exists to:
– Provide a forum for discussion of wellbeing issues and public policy in Parliament;
– Promote enhancement of wellbeing as an important government goal;
– Encourage the adoption of wellbeing indicators as complimentary measures of progress to GDP;
– Promote policies designed to enhance wellbeing.

To forward the group’s agenda, its members have tabled Early Day Motions about wellbeing; tabled questions to, and held debates with, Government Ministers; and held a number of successful speaker meetings with leading policy makers, academics, think tanks and NGOs.

The What Works Centre for Wellbeing provides the Secretariat for the group.

The officers are the group will be announced shortly.

The membership of the group is restricted to Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords; however, if you want to keep informed of the group’s activities, please subscribe to our mailing list.

The content for the site was originally authored by the office of Jo Swinson MP. The group’s full Parliamentary register can be found here.