Everyone feels like they are worth at least what they earn, and “workers with more academic qualifications and more experience – both likely to correlate with higher pay – are less likely to be satisfied with any bonus they receive” (BBC)…
Perhaps the problem is that once you’ve covered your basic needs, spending money doesn’t make you happy, though giving it away does… (The Guardian)
So if you, or a friend, has more money than happiness – why not encourage them to engage in a bit of “pro-social spending” (that’s economics speak for giving to good causes)… for example, you can help out the S2 Foodbank
Sheffield Equality Group meeting
Wednesday 1st June, 7pm-9pm, Quaker Meeting House, St. James’ Street, S1 2EW.
Discussing the impact of income inequality, and talking about a potential new initiative for tackling inequality within Sheffield. But this month mainly playing (and developing) games! Hosted by Sheffield Equality Group, all welcome. Free, donations for tea and biscuits.
Friday 10th to Wednesday 15th June – Cinemas across Sheffield and outdoor screens on Howard Street and Tudor Square
The annual festival of the art and business of documentary making. Workshops, screenings, pitching opportunities, discussion panels and more. This year it features 160 films on themes including Instigators & Agitators, Women in Docs, Queer Screen, and Behind the Beats.
End Hunger UK
Thursday, 30 June 2016 from 1:30pm to 4pm, Sheffield Jesus Centre – 93 Broomspring Lane, Broomhall, S10 2FB
Do you share a vision of a Britain in which everyone has access to good food and no one need go to bed hungry? Following on from the previous ‘Right to Good Food’ event in November, come to find out more about plans for a major national ‘End Hunger UK’ campaign, being jointly planned by an emerging alliance of national organisations including Church Action on Poverty, Trussell Trust, Oxfam, and the Child Poverty Acton Group.
http://bit.ly/1Z9Twf3 (EventBrite booking)