THE DETERMINANTS OF WELLBEING: INSIGHT FROM RESEARCH AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MALTA.
A major discussion within Adult Education is regarding the different emphases that are put on the ultimate aims, at times as at the service of the workplace, at times as for the enhanced well-being of the learners. This study is useful for those adult educators working within the "wellbeing" framework.
The President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society partnered with the University of Malta and the Department of Economics to organise the Economic and Wellbeing Conference. With the support of the Head of Department, Professor Philip Brockdorff, and the President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society Chair of the Community Forum, Dr Marie Briguglio, Professor Liam Delaney from Sterling University was invited to deliver the keynote address for the 1st National Conference on Wellbeing.
The Economic and Wellbeing Conference tackled quantitative studies in economics, psychology and sociology of happiness, wellbeing, quality of life, life satisfaction and related concepts.