Happier World Conference

Happier World Conference

Happier World Conference

HAPPIER WORLD Conference

“Be the change you wish to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi

HAPPIER WORLD Conference inspires you to transform yourself and the world.

The world’s first international conference dedicated to empowering changemakers like yourself to create a happier world.

     

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About the Conference

HAPPIER WORLD is a unique conference attracting leading change makers from around the globe.

We bring together attendees from across a wide spectrum of society. Social entrepreneurs and innovators. Startups and Corporate leaders. Young and old. Trainers and curious members of the public. All coming to explore what happiness means to them.

This is not just a talking shop.

Discover a new way of being. Experiment with a new way of living. Bring forth a movement to change the world.

 

 

In a happier world:

• There will be less division, conflicts and suffering

• There will be more harmony, compassion and happiness

• There will be less distrust, exploitation and destruction

• There will be more openness, wisdom and creativity

We want to be a part of this transformation. With this conference, we bring a reflective pause, inspire conscious living and connect people who share our vision for a happier world.

This is a not-for-profit initiative – any profits made will be donated to the Museum of Happiness and other organisations that are creating a happier world.

 

 

 

FAQs

Are food and drinks included?

Yes. Your ticket includes a light breakfast, a finger-food lunch and refreshments throughout the day. The menu is vegetarian. If you have further dietary requirements, please indicate in the comment section when you book your ticket.

What’s the best way to get to the venue?

Arundel House is situated in the heart of London, overlooking the Thames. It is moments away from the Aldwych, The Royal Courts of Justice, BBC’s Bush House, Kings College, London and the London School of Economics. The nearest tube station is Temple (Circle and District line) which is right across the street from Arundel House. It is also within easy walking distance of Waterloo, Charing Cross and Blackfriars rail stations. – From Heathrow Arundel House is 40 minutes by car/taxi or 45 minutes by underground. – From Gatwick it is 30 minutes by train to Victoria plus an additional 10 minutes by taxi, or tube (Circle and District lines) to Temple. – From London City Airport 30 minutes by taxi, bus, or DLR/tube. – Car parking is available at the 240-space NCP car park on Drury Lane. There is also limited on-street parking available in the Embankment area. Please note that it’s firework night in London so there may be some road closure.

What’s the disability access?

The building is wheelchair friendly, with a lift serving you to the top floor, where the event is being held.

What hotels do you recommend?

We don’t have any specific hotels we recommend. You may want to stay out of central London as it is served well by public transport.

What if I can’t afford a ticket?

If you are under 18, a full-time student with NUS card, on state benefits or state pension, you can apply for a limited number of donation-based tickets by filling in this application form (Application now closed). We will be in touch if you are successful. Please only apply if you really can’t afford the stardard or early bird tickets – thanks.

Can I volunteer for the event?

Thank you for being willing to volunteer! We love your attitude. Unfortunately, as things stand, we already have enough volunteers. But there may be opportunities at our future events.          

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