Bhutan visit 2018 – the new story 

Happy New Year!

We wish to invite you to a unique program about holistic welfare and The Global Goals!

The program is created around a delegation from Bhutan, led by Dasho Karma Ura, who is the president of the Centre for Bhutan Studies & GNH, and who has developed wish the concept of GNH, Gross National Happiness, in collaboration with many international researchers.  


Why this now?
There seems to be a new story of development emerging. We (GNH Sweden) call it ”The Story of Global Natural Harmony” – our interpretation of GNH, Gross National Happiness.  The visit from Bhutan is a great opportunity for dialogues of GNH, holistic welfare and The Global Goals – a unique ouverture for our new story.

When and where?
Stockholm 10-12 January 2018 we offer different more or less open seminars. In the list below you will find the ones that are completely open. More seminars may open as we go, in which case we will let you know.

Open Program


10/1 at 5.30 pm: GNH Leadership Community of Practice
– 100 SEK

Venue in central Stockholm, to be determined (you will get mail about it).


10/1 at 8 pm: Dinner
– 0 SEK.
 Note! You will pay for your own food, but please register so that we can grant you a place. Venue in central Stockholm, to be determined (you will get mail about it).
11/1 at 12 am: CEMUS seminar in Uppsala – 0 SEK.
Note! There is no charge, but ou will pay for your own food and please register so that we can grant you a place. Venue in UPPSALA, to be determined (you will get mail about it).

11/1 at 5.30 pm: GNH in business
– 100 SEK.
SVN, Lilla Nygatan 13, Gamla Stan, Stockholm.

11/1 at 8 pm: Dinner
– 0 SEK.
Note! You will pay for your own food, but please register so that we can grant you a place.
Venue in central Stockholm, to be determined (you will get mail about it).
12/1: Network Dinner – 100 SEK.
Toppvägen 20, Järfälla, where the delegation will also be staying (near to commuter train station Jakobsberg).

Warmly welcome!
GNH Sweden & the extended Welfare Network via
Anna Rosengren