Global Wellbeing Indicators
Designers and people in general are too attracted by ‘new’, but nothing ages more quickly than ‘newness’. All my objects reflect [a] marriage between past and present.
The Global Wellbeing Indicator (GWI), a joint venture by the Barrett Academy for the Advancement of Human Values and AxiaOrigin, provides a holistic answer to the measurement of national wellbeing. The map shows the 2020 GWI scores and the dominant worldview in each nation - this can be viewed by placing your cursor over each country.
The following interactive table shows the evolution of wellbeing in 145 countries - showing the overall wellbeing score and rank for 2020, how the score for each nation has evolved since 2016 and the scores for each of the seven levels of the Barrett model.
Alternatively, you can also download the 2020 data to conduct further analysis yourself (see below).
Please contact us if you wish to research the scores for other years (2016 - 2019) as well as exploring each of the 17 individual global indicators.