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The Wellbeing Summit for Social Change represents a critical moment in driving systemic culture change for the improved mental health and wellbeing of all changemakers.
Globally, many encouraging steps have been taken for greater acceptance and prioritization of mental health and inner wellbeing for those working on some of the world’s most pressing issues.
Our agenda will highlight how individuals and organizations are making profound shifts, and what we must do to ensure these efforts are strengthened and taken to scale.
The Wellbeing Project is a co-creation between Impact Hub, Ashoka, Skoll, Synergos and Porticus.
The Wellbeing Summit for Social Change, taking place in Bilbao-Biscay, Spain from June 1-3, 2022, is the first event organised by the coalition to bring together 1,500 social change, governmental and business leaders from around the world to advance individual and collective wellbeing for those working on the front lines of social change. Topics will range from the neuroscience of wellbeing, to environmental belonging, to intergenerational trauma, and how to encourage healthier organisational cultures. Art is at the heart of the event, with a spectacular program of visual and performing arts presented in partnership with renowned international partners including Guggenheim Bilbao, the Ursula Hauser Collection, and the governments of Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
The sessions will highlight the connections between individual, organizational and societal wellbeing. Speakers will delve into how a deeply embedded culture of wellbeing can alter and inform our approach to driving positive systemic change.
The conference is split across three days and will include ground-breaking talks, conversations and panel discussions with cultural, scientific, governmental and social change leaders from around the world. Topics will range from the neuroscience of wellbeing, to environmental belonging, to intergenerational trauma, and how to encourage healthier organizational cultures.