Mental Health is a foundational crisis of 21st century economy & society, as Public Health was to the Industrial revolutions.

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The 19th century industrial revolutions required us to reimagine the conditions of health and well-being by building sewers, clearing slums, schools and new public services.

Our 4th industrial transition – towards circular, decentralised, distributed, automated, AI-assisted, collective intelligence economies – will require us to reimagine the conditions for humans to thrive.

The 19th century transition recognised ecological health and human thriving could not be addressed by treatment alone but required to remake the context and conditions for societal health.

Our 21st century will require us to go beyond treatment, to systemically embrace prevention and most importantly thriving – surpassing mental health and well-being perceived ubiquitously possible.

Exploring new ideas and experiments that impact mental health and thriving

We’re in the process of compiling research and literature from all over the world, as well as building on the expertise of participants.

System Maps

Much of our research has been visualised through graphic ‘system maps’ to give a visual overview of our emerging findings.

Experiments

We need to build an alternative future. What are the possibilities? The Experiment board is a place for MIND//SHIFT to share some of the bold and big experiments emerging from across our collaborative community.

To share ideas or thoughts on the experiments, send an email or add a card to the experiment board.

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Past Events

ALMEDALEN

In July 2019, for four days in Helge And’s ruin in Almedalen, we enabled new collaborations, fresh approaches and bold solutions to re-think and reinvigorate debates and practice in mental health. We are now in the process of compiling research and literature from all over the world, as well as building on the expertise of participants.