Putting social wellbeing above economic achievement
Posted on: Mon 6 May 2019
Globally, economic achievement has been at the forefront of messaging from world leaders, but how much does this cut through to the voter?
In the lead up to the federal election, Kate Lycett, Senior Research Officer from Deakin University and Honorary Fellow at The University of Melbourne, speaks with Zoe Kounadis and Tom Mann on Breakfast about voters’ disengagement with political messaging and how other countries are shifting their focus to achieving societal wellbeing.
Produced by Tom Mann
Image Source: Wikimedia Commons