It reflects the values and priorities of Australians and tells us how we are doing as people, as communities and as a nation.
The department hosted two roundtables in December 2019 to discuss the concept for WA and how it aligns with government priorities.
Professor Fiona Stanley AC opened the first presentation to Directors General and senior staff across government, industry and not-for-profit organisations.
The second presentation was aimed at staff across government working on evaluation and measurement.
More than 100 people attended these sessions and interest has been immense and positive, with information presented at the sessions and the Communique available below.
Discussions will continue in 2020 with the aim of forming a WA pilot to complement the national pilot. There is also interest in the establishing a Community of Practice group.
If you have any questions or would like to be involved, please contact the Local Government Policy and Engagement team at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating:
- ‘I am interested in the Community of Practice Group.’ or
- ‘I would like to be involved in future discussions about ANDI.’
Professor Fiona Stanley AC — Why Australia needs the ANDI project
- Children and young people’s wellbeing
- Community and regional life
- Culture, recreation and leisure
- Governance and democracy
- Economic life and prosperity
- Education, knowledge and creativity
- Environment and sustainability
- Justice, fairness and human rights
- Indigenous wellbeing
- Work and work-life balance
- Subjective wellbeing and life satisfaction