Finding happiness in the crisis and beyond

Sir Anthony Seldon explores what it means to be happy and reflects on the challenges we face in the Covid-19 crisis and the actions we can take to improve our wellbeing and discover more happiness, even in these challenging times.

This was broadcast at an Action for Happiness online event on on Weds 27 May 2020.

About The Speaker

Sir Anthony Seldon is a co-founder of Action for Happiness and Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham. He was previously Master of Wellington College where he pioneered the teaching of Wellbeing, and is a long-standing campaigner for young people's mental health. He is author or editor of over 40 books, including "Beyond Happiness".

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