Humanity Rising Day 192 – Thursday February 25, 2021
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Health and the Wider Ecosystem
This is the third in a series of five webinars examining different aspects of the theme of health in its widest sense, from the perspective of two European health NGOs, both committed to supporting social change.
Nordic Health 2030 is a network of 30 or more Nordic organisations supporting better health through an equal balance between care and prevention. They are value driven, committed to trust and openness, creativity and innovation, the concept of individual responsibility and finally, to cultivation: building on these principles through social movements. Represented here by Lars Munter who leads for Communications as he does at his ‘day-job’ with the Danish Committee for Health Education, in Copenhagen.
The European Health Futures Forum is a network organisation registered in Ireland, but with Directors and Board reflecting its international focus. EHFF seeks to transform healthcare and improve the well-being of European citizens by highlighting and addressing prominent factors impacting health and wellness. EHFF is also value driven, seeking to address, through the lens of health and wellbeing, issues such as social cohesion, dysfunctional financial models, environmental sustainability and education with an open-source, inclusive, and inter-generational approach. David Somekh, Network Director, on behalf of his EHFF colleagues, has co-produced these webinars.
This week, Lars Munter of Nordic Health 2030 and David Somekh of EHFF move the focus from the design of health to a view of health in the wider context of its ecosystem: the interaction of factors such as current economic models, environmental issues, and social inequality.
We present a system thinking approach to modelling the future of health from one of the pioneers of the Third Horizon method, Bill Sharpe of the International Futures Forum, an introduction to the concept of the Wellbeing Economy for Stewart Wallis, Chair of the Wellbeing Economy Alliance and an Irish perspective on the relevance of a sustainable environment from Caroline Whyte of FEASTA, the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability. We get a Nordic viewpoint from Bogi Eliason of the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies and Niina Aagaard of Nordic Innovation on the Circular Economy. Finally, we offer two case studies: applying the 3H model to the future of European Health from Ian Kendrick of 3H University and the Wellbeing Economy in action in New Zealand, from Kirsten Jensen, New Zealand Ministry of Finance.
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