Monthly Archives: December 2019

Making Social and Economic Policies Through the Lens of the Social Determinants of Health

The inequities in the conditions in which people are born, live and work are driven by inequities in power, money, and resources. Political, economic, and resource distribution decisions made outside the health sector need to consider health as an outcome … Continue reading

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Creating New Institutions: Discovering the Road to Freedom

Before the Enlightenment human beings were generally considered in terms of how they fit into social hierarchies and communal institutions, but following enlightenment the view was that the individual rather than society as a whole, is the most important entity. … Continue reading

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Well-being Should Replace Growth as the Measure of a Country’s Success

Happiness is the feeling that power increases – that resistance is being overcome,” observes Nietzsche.  Happiness can exist without well-being, but well-being can’t exist without happiness. It leads us to physical and emotional aspects which every person is trying to … Continue reading

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