LATEST: Our new publication 'Implementing Mindfulness in Schools: An Evidence-Based Guide' is a key resource for teachers, educators and SLT members interested in implementing mindfulness in schools. Read more
We believe that capacities of heart and mind can and should be central to public policy making.
This week the Mindfulness Initiative launched it's latest publication in the field of education: Implementing Mindfulness in Schools: An Evidence-Based Guide. Read more
The Mindfulness Initiative has curated a list of free mindfulness practice resources for health and care workers to support them through a time of crisis, and a list of free resources for those staying at home and after. Read more
Details of calls for essays on the Mindfulness Initiative discussion paper: Mindfulness: Developing Agency in Urgent Times. The deadline for proposals is 7 December 2020. Read more
Multiple interconnected crises call for skilful response on a global scale - but our capacity for intentional action in our collective best interest is underdeveloped and increasingly undermined.
This paper opens a dialogue on the contribution of evidence-based mindfulness training to individual and collective agency. Read more
This comprehensive guide is written by MI education policy co-leads Professor Katherine Weare and Adrian Bethune after extensive consultation with an expert steering group.
The guide will be a key resource for all teachers, educators and SLT members interested in implementing mindfulness within their schools. Read more
An analysis of the challenges and opportunities for mindfulness in the UK education system and an outline strategy for how we can best help to move the field forwards, drafted after an extensive consultation process with leading figures. Read more