SOCIETAL WELLBEING

Community Spotlight: Institute for Collective Wellbeing

The Institute for Collective Wellbeing works to co-create collective wellbeing for all.

COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT: RECIPES FOR WELLBEING

Recipes for Wellbeing first emerged in 2016 as a spontaneous collaboration between changemakers interested in exploring practices to cultivate their wellbeing.

THE GREEN STRING NETWORK

Interview with Angela Yoder-Maina, Executive Director of Green String Network

WHY INNER WELL-BEING INSPIRES WELL-DOING

TEDx Munchen. Bart Weetjens

WHEN YOU BURN OUT WHILE CHANGING THE WORLD

TWENTYTHIRTY. Social activists have a disproportionately poor quality of life. Many struggle with depression, burnout and chronic diseases, high divorce rates and financial pressure.

THE NORDIC SECRET

How do societies go through major technological, economic, and structural changes peacefully?

RECIPES FOR WELLBEING

STORIES FROM THE SUMMER WELLBEING LAB

ADDRESSING BURNOUT

KBF CANADA. Interview with: Alana Cookman, Organisational Wellbeing Co-Lead, is the Wellbeing Project’s researcher.

MEDIUM

IF YOU WANT TO DO GOOD, YOU HAVE TO BE GOOD TO YOURSELF. Mankind has never been better off than it is today. While our ancestors had to use their main energy to defeat hunger, disease and war, today three times more people die of obesity than of malnutrition.

THRIVE GLOBAL

FORGET ABOUT “MORE PRODUCTIVE”: YOU DESERVE SELF-DEDICATED TIME. Why you should stop feeling guilty about intentionally creating time for joy, relaxation and exploration.

LAUNCH OF A SOCIAL CHANGE FIELD WIDE STUDY ON WELLBEING

We are thrilled to start exploring the issue of inner wellbeing in the field of social change more broadly – looking at “how are we doing?” – together with impact hub and the ford foundation, who are two key anchors within this 6-month survey process.

HOW TO HELP THE WORLD LIVE A MORE NOURISHING LIFE

We are really excited to partner with Arianna and her wonderful team at Thrive Global. One of the many ways in which Arianna is so compelling is her focus on making wellbeing accessible through small steps we can all take.

OPEN DEMOCRACY

WE CANNOT AFFORD TO BE TRAUMATIZED: THE REALITY FOR GRASSROOTS ADVOCATES. When human rights defenders are both advocates and victims, self-care can seem like an impossible luxury. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate on mental health, resilience and human rights.

LESLEY WILLIAMS

I NO LONGER WANT TO BE AWESOME, I WANT TO BE WELL. The Wellbeing Project believes that Wellbeing inspires Welldoing so over three days, fourteen of us spent time reflecting on what wellbeing means to us on a personal, organization and a social change ecosystem level.

BUSINESS INSIDER

A STANFORD SCIENTIST SAYS WE’RE ALL SUFFERING FROM ‘SUCCESSAHOLISM’ — AND IT NEEDS TO STOP. Emma Seppala explains why happiness often paves the way for professional success.

SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS

“FROM THE INSIDE OUT”: CONNECTING INNER WORK AND SOCIAL GOOD WITH THE WELLBEING PROJECT. The work of social entrepreneurs and activists is often tireless and all-consuming. Worldwide, these hard-working, unwearying individuals lead thousands of people in making a difference in the lives of others.

TWP NETWORK

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURIAL PATHWAYS TO A CULTURE OF WELLBEING. Ashoka and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation partnered to develop a Social Innovation Mapping to explore how leading social entrepreneurs are driving a culture of wellbeing that positively impacts individuals and communities around the world

SKOLL FOUNDATION

WELLBEING PROJECT REVEALS CHANGEMAKERS’ NEED FOR PERSONAL SUPPORT. “Our project started with research—deep conversations with people working for and leading social change.”

SOUNDSHIFT 2019

Through diversity we aspire to create a space for wellbeing.

SOUNDSHIFT 2018

Through diversity we aspire to create a space for wellbeing.