H20 2019

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March 12, 2019. Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

The H-20 Government Meeting is an invitation-only roundtable dialogue uniting global government leaders, economists, academics, activists and researchers to cross-pollinate and focus on improving the well-being of societies and nations, and is designed as a discussion of best practices, challenges and policies around increasing civic happiness. Just as the G20 Summit focuses on strengthening global economies, the H-20 gathering ambitiously focuses on raising the global quotient of happiness.

Representatives from over 40 countries and leading academics and researches have been invited to participate in the third H-20 meeting that will be held at the Universidade de Lisboa, the largest and most prestigious university in Portugal and one of Europe’s leading universities.

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The program was held on March 15th, 2018 with an invitation-only roundtable dialogue uniting global government leaders, economists, academics, activists and researchers cross-pollinating and focusing on the improvement the well-being of societies and nations. The event discussed of best practices, challenges and policies concerning the increase of civic happiness. Representatives from over 40 countries and leading academics and researches were invited to participate in the second H-20 meeting. The event was held at Miami-Dade College, the largest institution of higher education in America with more than 165,000 students, and was hosted by College President Dr. Eduardo Padrón, awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama in 2016.

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