In 2015, a dialogue was commissioned by the What Works Centre for Wellbeing with support from Sciencewise, Public Health England and the Cabinet Office. It focused on three themes: work and learning, sport and culture, and communities.
A total of 108 members of the public were involved in Bristol, Belfast, London, South Tyneside, Falkirk and Cardiff.
The dialogue was run by Hopkins Van Mil and evaluated by Ursus Consulting.
These public dialogues provided an insight into people’s priorities and helped to inform the work plans of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing. Find out more from this Cabinet Office blog written when the findings were published.