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Buen Vivir, which can be translated to "well-being", is a concept inspired by various Andeans’ cosmovisions like the "Suma Quasaña", among the Aymaras’ people, or the "Sumak Kasay" for the Quechuas’.
Patrick Viveret is a French philosopher, former counselor at the Court of Audit and member of several citizens’ movements. In an exclusive interview for the Youth Press Agency, Viveret criticizes our current system and talks about well-being
In addition to farming practices, agro-ecology is considered to be the radical Middle Path to the development of well-being societies.
Is the state a barrier to achieving well-being?
Is the state a facilitator or a barrier when thinking about different models of society? Understand what the concept of bien-vivre really mean and its relationship with the state in this 2-minute video with Pablo Solon's insights.
The International Forum for Well-being started on 6 June in Grenoble 2018. For the first time in Europe, elected representatives, local government workers, researchers, the voluntary sector, economic operators and committed citizens are all getting together to question the standard economic indicators and find new models for well-being. Watch this short video about the first day of the Conference.
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