Is the State capable of changing the psychological well-being of citizens without changing their living conditions? What can be done to make the happiness of the country's population a criterion for the authority of the State at the international level? How does the happiness of every citizen affect the happiness of a country?
What is behind the word "happiness"? We propose to discuss this issue at the International Conference "World of Happiness", which will be held on December 9, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. (Moscow time).
The main goal of the conference is to create the prerequisites for state happiness.
- Happiness of the peoples of the world.
- How to change attitudes towards happiness in the world?
- How to create and support a community of people and countries that shape happiness around them?
- What really makes each of us truly happy?
- Positive changes. How to provide a resource for them and start acting?
- Why is the topic of happiness so important for every person's life right now?
- Why should happiness be instilled and developed as early as possible?
Register in advance for participation in the conference at the link: https://eurasia-assembly.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYlfuqhqT0rG9UXNhFIQFQ0H4pMapUwwrJE
Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with information to enter the conference.
Despite the difficult modern conditions, the acute situation with the coronavirus pandemic, the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly continues to expand interaction with partners from different countries, implementing projects and activities aimed at strengthening integration processes and peacemaking through diversified cultural, humanitarian and economic cooperation, both offline and online.
The World Happiness Report states that happiness is a fundamental human right. The happiness of people is a part of the country's internal policy; happiness is the concern of the state and an attentive attitude towards people.
Using the tools of public diplomacy, the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly approves a conscious partnership through spiritual and moral values, strengthening peace and mutual cooperation.