Material and non-material aspects of flourishing:Findings from GNH Survey 2022

The Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative warmly invite you and your colleagues to Dasho Karma Ura’s talk ‘Material and non-material aspects of flourishing: Findings from GNH Survey 2022’ on the 16th February 2024 at ODID, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford. The event will be in-persona and online.

Dasho Karma Ura is currently a fellow at THE NEW INSTITUTE in Hamburg, and the president of CBS & GNH Studies in Thimphu, Bhutan. His research and policy advocacy has mainly focused on wellbeing indicators applied in the national socio-economic development plans. Although a development economist by background, he has published on history and social anthropology. He is engaged in the visual arts, mainly in directing annual performances at the Dochula national monument where his paintings are displayed. One of his paintings is also at The British Museum.
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