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UCL Grand Challenge of Human Wellbeing
Challenges: the next five years
After a successful town hall meeting in April, UCL Grand Challenges is looking to add two new Grand Challenges to the existing four. A consultation on Grand Challenge names, strategic priorities and interest in membership of Grand Challenge Working Groups is now open to all UCL staff and students... Read more.
The UCL Grand Challenge of Human Wellbeing is the fourth of the UCL Grand Challenges. It considers both the nature of being human and the nature of wellbeing. It harnesses UCL’s research expertise from across our academic community, including everything from philosophy, law, economics, psychology, architecture and art, through to health, medicine, neuroscience and engineering – and many other disciplines.
"Directly or indirectly, well-being, in some shape or other...is the subject of every thought, and object of every action, on the part of every known Being...nor can any intelligible reason be given for desiring that it should be otherwise."
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