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WRG International Initiatives

WWW World Wide Wellbeing Abstract

For more information on WWW, click here or follow the Prezi overview. Driven by the desire to lift up all nations peoples WWW seeks to advance the ideals of wellbeing by creating a global movement to create the healthiest nations in the world. WWW is currently pending a grant from OPEC to conduct four meetings designed to create a new set of country to country indices that combine GDP with Wellbeing indices currently used by OECD and Gallup

ASARCA Americas Sustainable and Resiliency Community Alliance

From the growing impact of climate change and lack of engaged citizens to housing affordability and community health, municipal governments are facing some of this country’s toughest challenges. On the frontlines of resilient and sustainable development, municipalities act as laboratories for emerging better practices. By convening a collaborative dialog on emerging better practices across multiple sectors, the program will discuss, share, and celebrate the world-changing work happening across the Americas. Additional information available by clicking here.

Global Healthy Workplace Awards

This WRG initiative created for the first time a global venue where multi-national organizations can learn from one another about best in class workplace wellness practices. A global awards system was designed and employers competed for recognition at an annual Global Awards ceremony. To date four awards have been conducted in Rome, London, Shanghai, and Brazil. For mor information, click here.

(GKEN) the Global Knowledge Exchange on Health Care abstract

Created in 2009 the organization consist of 60 Delegates across 15 countries and meets twice a year to discuss emerging better health system practices. A library of emerging better practices is maintained. The initiative documents better practices that offer cross cultural learning’s with replicability around the world. Additional information available at GKEN.org.