The first policy document of its kind, investigating the potential for mindfulness-based interventions across various domains of public policy. Published on behalf of the UK Mindfulness All-Party Parliamentary Group. Read more
We believe that capacities of heart and mind can and should be central to public policy making.
On June 24-26 2020, the Danish Center for Mindfulness, Aarhus University, will host the biannual International Conference on Mindfulness. Keynote speakers include Prof Rhonda McGee, Dr. Sarah Lazar, Prof Willem Kuyken and Jamie Bristow. Read more
The Mindfulness Initiative is partnering with Mind & Life Europe to curate a conference theme on contemplative practice & politics Read more
The Mindfulness Initiative is hosting an online event to launch a Fieldbook for Mindfulness Innovators, a free resource which has been developed by innovation consultant Menka Sanghvi to support pioneers of all stripes in the growing field of mindfulness training. Read more
The Mindfulness Initiative's latest publication, a free resource to support pioneers of all stripes in the mindfulness teaching community, was launched on September 19th with an online event. You can watch the recording now. Read more
In a recent article published by openDemocracy, MI director Jamie Bristow proposes that inner work alone won’t bring collective evolution, but we can’t build better systems without developing hearts and minds. Read more
'Father of Polyvagal Theory', Dr Stephen Porges, and leading expert on oxytocin (the 'cuddle hormone'), Dr Sue Carter, speak about how mindfulness and yoga could help us to live well together Read more