WHAT ARE THE INDICATORS OF THE RESULTS OF NATIONAL PROJECTS FOR PEOPLE: “HAPPINESS”, “WELL BEING”, “PROSPERITY”?
Supported by National Priorities
Valery Fedorov, General Director, Russian Public Opinion Research Center
National projects, like national goals, are focused on the interests of specific people. In general, they are aimed at increasing the quality of life, well-being, and citizens' satisfaction with their lives. Ultimately, for people to be happier. But every country, every culture, every epoch understands well-being and happiness differently.
Issues for discussion:
• What will happiness and prosperity be based on in Russia in the 20s of the 21st century?
• What are the indicators of happiness and well-being?
• Which of these indicators does the public administration use and plans to use?
• What else needs to be done to see a real increase in life satisfaction and happiness?