WE advance intergenerational well-being and equity on a foundation of racial justice.
How WE work
As a BIPOC-led organization, WE in the World transforms relationships and systems to create a world where everyone has the chance to reach their full potential for well-being and contribute to that of others.
WE do this in partnership with people with lived experience of inequities, organizations, and communities across the world who are building a shared movement for thriving together.
WE bring decades of experience in advancing well-being and equity around the world.
What WE believe
Every member of society
has a piece of the puzzle to create well-being for themselves and others.
For some people and places
this potential is untapped or trapped by systems of exclusion that lead to a loss for us all.
To be successful
we must discover the right path together.
We must transform
ourselves, our relationships and our systems, in order to unleash our collective potential.
What WE Can Do Together
We co-design and scale approaches and tools that create shifts in how we improve health, well-being and equity. We build the capacity of both leading organizations and a community of change makers to use these tools to make complex system change easier and more impactful.
We bring together policymakers, stewards across sectors, and community residents to create change together. Together they engage in dialogue and transform narratives, measures, policies and investments to create inter-generational well-being and equity.
How WE can help you create change
Strategic planning for population health and well-being across sectors
Improving equity and social drivers of health and well-being
Equitable community transformation
Measurement for population and community health, well-being and equity
Health system transformation
Equitable COVID response
- Wed, Apr 21Online Event
- Wed, Apr 28Online Event
- Wed, May 12Online Event
- Wed, May 19Online EventMay 19, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM EDTOnline EventThis workshop registration includes attendance on BOTH May 19th and May 26th. This session will orient participants to the existing school to prison pipeline and prison-industrial complex and show examples of how the system is being transformed into pathways of opportunity.
- Wed, May 26Online EventMay 26, 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM EDTOnline EventThis workshop registration includes attendance on BOTH May 19th and May 26th. This session will orient participants to the existing school to prison pipeline and prison-industrial complex and show examples of how the system is being transformed into pathways of opportunity.