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Check out the 2014 Social Progress Index Report, released this week!

The March 2014 eBrief is OUT! Get the latest Well-being and Progress news

We wish you all the best for International Day of Happiness on 20 March 2014.

Wellbeing and Policy report by the Legatum Institute

Measuring National Well-being, Life in the UK, 2014, by ONS UK

Ending Newborn Deaths by Save the Children is out!

The Children's Rights Alliance Report Card 2014 by Children's Rights Alliance is here!


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