the 3 circles

At first, I saw this part of the 'happiness agenda' as characterised by (Lord) Richard Layard (below, who has set up as a mainstream encouragement to incremental quality of life enhancement.

There is also the Laughter Yoga movement to consider here:

And here, as referred to in the film above are the words of the killed father credited with ending the riots:

-the socio-economic/political agenda

This part of the 'happiness agenda' is characterised by the film: <a href="">'The Economics of Happiness'</a>.

This is a film that isn't on at mainstream cinemas but is being screened by campaigning individuals, like Amanda below:
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<i>"4 years after I first saw this video, it seems so much more poignant; is it poignant for you now?" (Paul Crosland, co-ordinator of the local Action for Happiness Group)</i></blockquote>

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Complementary to this are initiatives that encourage sharing of items and skills; notably <a href=""></a> and <a href=""></a>; the latter which is particularly being promoted in Hastings &amp; St Leonards by Mediation Support Ltd, the founding sponsors of Hastings &amp; St Leonards Action for Happiness group.
<a href="">Sam from Streetbank talks here</a>.
This wing of the 'happiness movement'could claim to be the oldest, as it is involved largely in re-presenting Buddhist meditation and teachings in a way that connects with the contemporary (Western?) psyche and general scepticism about how ancient wisdom is pedalled?.
Below I copy my videos of the Action for Happiness launch event

For more on these courses being run by the founding sponsors of Hastings & St Leonards Action for Happiness, Mediation Support Ltd, see here.

And for an interview with 'the happiest man in the world' go to the bottom of this BBC page.