Harnessing the power of the mid-life workforce to save society and the economy

Dr Holly Whelan and Dr Mark Cobain presented to C3's WPH Movement about why returns on workplace health promotion spend will be greatest in older workers, and why workplace health promotion (like all health promotion) can have significant returns in prevention by focusing on this population. Read more

Evidence isn’t enough: getting the non-communicable disease narrative right

Non-communicable disease (NCD) is the leading cause of death world-wide and has been so for the last 15 years. But what if evidence isn’t enough to convince the international community of NCD’s urgency, or that the global response needs to be escalated? What if it is our ability to tell a compelling narrative about the evidence that is lacking?Read more

Is it safe to drink the water? Healthy humans and water justice

On 15 March, C3's director, Christine Hancock, chaired this event as part of JustWater2017. The panel discussed what a healthy relationship with water looks like across the planet and focused on the importance of water justice in an unjust world.Read more

Wellbeing Symposium

On 22 February 2017 we partnered with the Wellbeing People and Kent County Council for the 5th annual Wellbeing Symposium. Read our blog for an event overview, download a free workplace health infographic and save the date for 2018!Read more

Addressing health, equity and climate change

Dr Jennifer Miller, chief executive of the Global Climate and Health Alliance, spoke at our January International Breakfast Seminar about using holistic community revitalisation to make urban areas healthier for people and planet. Read more

Staying sane in an insane world with Jeremy Thomas

On November 17, C3’s Workplace Health Movement welcomed Jeremy Thomas to talk about the importance of preventing mental health problems and providing employees with accessible information and education about good mental health in the workplace.Read more