Social, Well-being and Happiness
Social policies traditionally encompass cultural aspects and society rights. As an innovative think tank, the Dipendra Kandel Initiative includes well-being and happiness research in the social scope.
According to our organization, individuals’ empowerment must be conducted by adopting a holistic approach which takes into account both external and internal inputs. In this sense, making sure that all factors leading to the enjoyment of a plenty and happy life are dealt through the institutional level is of upmost relevance.
The Dipendra Kandel Initiative undertakes Social, well-being and happiness research as to draft government policy recommendations aimed to foster the general internal well-being and coexistence of members in a society.
Social, well-being, and happiness research focuses on: Poverty reduction, social security, justice, unemployment Insurance, living conditions, happiness & well-being, psychological education & aid, pensions, social housing, family policy, social care, child protection, criminal justice, human rights, minority rights, gender equality…
Adult literacy rate
Mean years of schooling (ISCED 1 or higher)
GDP per capita, PPP (constant 2011 international $)
Unemployment rate (%)
Youth not in employment, education or training (NEET) (%)
Women-to-men ration in parliament (%)
Educational attainment: at least completed upper secondary, 25+ years, GPI
Labor force participation rate, female-to-male ratio