NETWORKING

Our networking activities include cooperation with practitioners and the development of a professional database of stakeholders, networks, projects and resources on inner dimensions and transformation in sustainability. We closely work with different organisations and engage in various networking events to create a platform for sharing and mutual support. Please feel free to sign up for our newsletter below.

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Connect-Database

Here you can find our Connect Database on existing institutions, stakeholders, networks, projects and resources on the issue of inner dimensions and transformation in sustainability. It is a living document, which is continuously updated. If you would like us to add certain items or information to the database, please contact us!

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Cooperation in Practice, Research & Education

We work closely with other pioneers and organisations in the field and have established both informal and formal cooperation (MoUs) with a number of institutions for mutual support, such as the The Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) in Potsdam, Germany, and the Aberystwyth Behavioural Insights Research Centre, Aberystwyth University, UK.

Our research projects Mind4Change, TransVision and ActivateChange include renowned local, regional, and international partners. See project websites.

We also cooperate with various scholars and practitioners in the context of personal capacity development and leadership (e.g. Anne Caspari, EZC Partners; Monica Sharma), research and teaching. Regarding the latter, we cooperate on a regular basis with: Tomas Björkman (Ekskäret Foundation), Karen O’Brien (University of Oslo, Norway), Fredrik Björk (Malmö University, Sweden), Chris Ives (Nottingham University, UK), Zack Walsh (Claremont School of Theology, USA), Thomas Bruhn (IASS, AMA project, Germany), Christoph Woiwode (IITM, India), Daniel Fischer (Leuphana/ Arizona State University, USA).

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News, Recent Debates & Events

Event (2020/21): On November 20 (2020) and May 12 (2021), The MindShift conference took place, including many prominent scholars, including Prof. Christine Wamsler. For more information, please see the videos & check our Mind4Change project webpage.

​​Event (2021): In November, Tomas Björkman (picture) will give a presentation for the 'Sustainability & Inner Transformation' course on 'Inner-societal transformation in practice'. 

Event (2020): In the context of the Sensing Nature from Within exhibition (picture) at the Modern Museum in Malmö, Sweden, Prof. Christine Wamsler and Post-Doc Diego Galafassi, LUCSUS, gave a presentation on the role of inner dimensions and transformation for sustainability. See video here.

Ongoing Debate: Recent article in Swedish news calls for more resources for cooperation, education and research on adult development (for increasing awareness of personal values, beliefs and emotions) and its linkages to sustainability.

Ongoing Debate: A recent article in Open Democracy on Mindfulness and social change, featuring the work of the Contemplative Sustainable Futures Program.

News (2020): The journal Moment-by-Moment has published in their March edition an interview with Prof. Christine Wamsler, discussing the background, work and impact of the Contemplative Sustainable Futures Program, including its relevance for politics. See: German version or English translation.

New cooperation (2020): LUCSUS has established new cooperation in the context of the Inner Green Deal Initiative. For more information see our Mind4Change and TransVision project websites.

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