fair and sustainable wellbeing

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1st International SoBigData Workshop September 5, 2016

Measuring fair and sustainable wellbeing: definition and indicators Filomena Maggino Università degli Studi di Firenze (Florence, Italy)

the BES project in Italy

Filomena Maggino Università degli Studi di Firenze (Florence, Italy)

Shared idea: In order to define new indicators of national progress and wellbeing we need

civil society

experts

to define concepts and domains

to select and construct indicators

Shared idea: In order to define new indicators of national progress and wellbeing we need

civil society

experts

to define concepts and domains

to select and construct indicators

Many initiatives are going on

all over the world …

What is going on in Italy

concerning the definition of new indicators of progress and wellbeing?

http://www.misuredelbenessere.it/

fair and sustainable wellbeing measuring and assessing the progress of the Italian society

http://www.misuredelbenessere.it/

fair and sustainable wellbeing

BES is a joint initiative CNEL (National Council for Economics and Labour) and

ISTAT (Italian National Institute of Statistics)

fair and sustainable wellbeing

BES is a joint initiative CNEL (National Council for Economics and Labour) and

ISTAT (Italian National Institute of Statistics) Launched in 2010

fair and sustainable wellbeing

BES is a joint initiative • aimed at identifying new indicators for measuring the progress of the country • through a particular process able to involve unions and management, civil society and academic experts • by considering concepts not only related just to [macro]economics but also to equity and sustainability with reference to social and environmental dimensions

fair and sustainable wellbeing

wellbeing multidimensional analysis of more relevant aspects of citizens’ quality of life fair focus on distribution of the determinants of wellbeing among groups and across areas sustainable guarantee of the same wellbeing for future generations

fair and sustainable wellbeing

Two committees Steering Committee

Scientific Committee

CNEL & ISTAT

ISTAT

unions and management, civil society, …

ISTAT researchers and academics professors

April 2011 – December 2012

May 2011 – December 2012

fair and sustainable wellbeing

Two committees Steering Committee

Scientific Committee

CNEL & ISTAT

ISTAT

defining domains

selecting indicators

12 domains were defined

134 indicators

fair and sustainable wellbeing

Public consultation

fair and sustainable wellbeing

Public consultation Being in good health Ensuring social and economic future to one’s children Having a satisfying and decent job Obtaining a adequate income Having good relationships with friends and relatives Being happy with love Feeling secure with reference to crime Having a good level of education Caring for present and future environmental conditions Living in a society where people have faith for each other Having well-functioning public institutions Having public services of good quality Having adequate and good free time Being able to influence policy decision at local and national level Participating in community life Source: Istat

Mean 9,7 9,3 9,2 9,1 9,1 9,0 9,0 8,9 8,9 8,9 8,8 8,7 8,5 7,8 7,1

% of 10 79,9 66,1 59,5 56,0 53,2 53,6 56,3 48,8 48,3 48,8 46,6 43,9 37,4 30,6 18,7

Importance score (0 to 10) – Year 2011

fair and sustainable wellbeing

Annual survey on w