The Network of Wellbeing (NOW) runs regular free webinars to explore how we can build wellbeing together in our own lives, in our communities and in harmony with nature.

During our webinars we interview people and organisations working on happiness and wellbeing related projects, to help others to learn more about their work and also to help enable connections between those who care about the wellbeing of people and planet. We’d love for you to join us!

How can I find out about upcoming webinars?

To find details about upcoming webinars you simply need to check out our events page and / or on our Facebook page. On all webinar event listings you’ll find full details and a free registration link.

Join the next webinar:

The next webinar will be on Re-defining success: Can consuming less lead to more wellbeing? with Natasha Parker, Head of Wellbeing and Consumerism at Global Action Plan. Find out more and register for your free place, and mark yourself as going on Facebook to hear latest updates.

How can I watch past webinars? 

All of our webinar videos will be shared here on our website, on our Facebook page and on our YouTube channel. Explore past webinar videos below:

Towards a Global Wellbeing Economy Alliance with Katherine Trebeck, Head of Research

The Role of Happiness in Social Change: Free webinar with Alex Nunn, Action for Happiness:

The place of kindness, with Zoe Ferguson from the Carnegie UK Trust:

Happier Self, Happier World with Shamash Alidina, Co-Founder of Museum of Happiness:

How could society be happier beyond GDP with Liz Zeidler, Co-Founder and Chief Executive of Happy City:

Positive Psychology and Purpose with Michelle Preston, Founder of Simply Happy:

Being useful and kind to self, others and the world with Duncan Fraser:

Happier at work with Sherry Clark:

Your wellbeing, your community, our world with Roger Higman, Network of Wellbeing (plus special guests):

Don’t forget: You can join our upcoming webinars for free – just look out for upcoming webinars on our events page and / or on our Facebook page.