Should doctors prescribe kindness?
A doctors' practice has developed a parenting programme of events, lessons, and tools promoting kindness. Practicing kindness and purpose benefits children and helps kids care for others and flourish themselves.
My Dream, My Taste
People are losing a public sense of what 'the good life' is and replacing it with their own individualised version which changes according to day-to-day tastes. They have become detached from the larger story of deep meaning.
Child mental/emotional health venture builder
Zinc have launched their 4th Venture Builder Programme, focused on "Ensuring that every child and young person can develop and maintain good mental and emotional health". Starts October 2021. Applications by June 25.
The mental health benefits of prayer
Prayer plays a significant role in helping those who have experienced trauma and live with mental health consequences. It is a vital way many people use to cope with everyday life and trauma history.
The Thinker (Wrong Turns)
Rodin's famous sculpture, 'The Thinker' was envisaged as part of a much larger work. He was to be placed on or by 'The Gates of Hell'. He watches the scene, wrapped in contemplation...
What is prosperity?
Prosperity is much more than mere wealth or economic growth. True prosperity is when all people have the opportunity to thrive and freedom to fulfill their unique potential taking responsibility for contributing to their communities and nations.
Volunteering and human flourishing
For many, engaging in volunteering can be a powerful way to contribute to the good of others, to the community, to the common good, and to the good of the person volunteering as well - with significant health benefits.
Online - Creativity & Wellbeing
Arts & Culture can have a profound impact on our health and wellbeing, with the pandemic throwing into sharp relief how much we rely on creative expression and connection in order to feel good. Join the Nesta Arts & Culture Finance team as they explore how different organisations are working with the health sector and different types of beneficiaries, the opportunities they’ve embraced and the challenges they have had to overcome from a business and investment perspective.
They'll be joined by Victoria Hume, Director of the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance and Thomas Hardy, Learning & Participation Director at Saffron Hall who has been leading on Together in Sound – a music therapy project for people living with dementia.