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Who is responsible for the unborn?

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30 May 15.40-17.00 - Festsal 11C.0.08

Plenary | Partly in Danish, partly in English

The plenary will highlight the possibilities of a Danish Wellbeing Economy, focusing on real-world examples and case studies that demonstrate how theory can be translated into practice, and what is important when wellbeing economy is translated into a national context.


Performance, by Sister's Hope


Introduction to the plenary, by Anja Bo, host and moderator on all the plenaries, 

International Experiences with Wellbeing Economy, keynote by co-founder of Wellbeing Economy Governments (WEGo), Katherine Trebeck



Katherine Trebeck is a co-founder of the Wellbeing Economy Governments (WEGo) partnership and a prominent advocate for reimagining economic systems. She has extensive experience in policy development and research focused on creating economies that serve the well-being of people and the planet.

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Maj My Humaidan is an artist and writer known for her evocative and reflective works. Through her readings and performances, she explores themes of sustainability and well-being, creating spaces for contemplation and dialogue.


Dóra Guðrún Guðmundsdóttir is an expert in public health and wellbeing, leading initiatives in Iceland to integrate wellbeing indicators into national policy. She has played a key role in applying the well-being economy framework to Icelandic governance.


Katrine Feldinger is an advocate for sustainable development and has been instrumental in implementing well-being economy principles in Scotland. Her work focuses on translating economic theory into practical policies that enhance societal and environmental well-being.


Joachim P. Tilsted is a researcher and expert in sustainable economic development. He has contributed to various projects aimed at fostering economic models that prioritize long-term well-being over short-term gains.


Andreas Pinstrup is the founder of Democratic Enterprise, an organization dedicated to promoting economic democracy and inclusive growth. His work emphasizes the importance of fair distribution of resources and participatory decision-making in achieving a sustainable economy.


Anja Bo is a seasoned journalist and moderator known for her critical and engaging approach to facilitating discussions. Anja has been a prominent host on Danish TV programs such and has over a decade of experience moderating conferences and debates across various sectors

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