Community Building: it's good for our towns and suburbs, but is it really good for our health?

Added on 08th Apr 2003

Social connectedness is one of the most powerful determinants of our well-being. The more integrated we are with our community, the less likely we are to experience premature death of all sorts. If you smoke and belong to no groups, it's a toss-up statistically whether you should stop smoking or start joining.

Next Conference

Connection, Creativity, Community: Finding Hope in a Climate of Crisis

18 - 19 May 2020

Where:
Moonee Valley Racecourse, McPherson Street, Moonee Ponds,
Melbourne

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