The Network of Wellbeing (NOW) and The Resurgence Trust have been working in partnership on a series of events called Hope in Action. This series is focused on exploring how we can maintain hope, wellbeing and resilience while working towards a better world.

You can watch previous events in this series below, and please save the date for upcoming Hope in Action events:

Cultivating Resilience in Times of Rapid Change

Speakers Satish Kumar (life-long activist), Sarah Corbett (Craftivist Collective) Anthony Bennet (inspirational speaker) and Chris Johnstone (facilitator and author of Active Hope) share ideas and practices to support our resilience in challenging and uncertain times. 

Living Better with Less

Speakers Jen Gale (Sustainable-ish), Amisha Ghadiali (The Future is Beautiful) and Charles Eisenstein (author) discuss how we can live well with less as we work together to create a better world for all.

Connecting Self Care and Collective Wellbeing

Speakers Ruby Reed (Advaya and EcoResolution), Alnoor Ladha (/The Rules) and Alex Nunn (Action for Happiness) explore and the potential for connecting self care and collective wellbeing.

Resilient Responses in Times of Climate Crisis

Speakers Jyoti Fernandes (Land Workers Alliance and Via Campesina), Asad Rehman (War on Want), Tamsin Omond (author and activist) share reflections during COP26.

Beyond Narratives of Us and Them

Speakers at this event – Ruth Ibegbuna, Founder & Director of The Roots Programme, George Marshall, Founding Director of Climate Outreach, and Alex Evans, Executive Director of Larger Us – explore how to move beyond polarisation and create hopeful dialogue between different groups of people.

Hope in Action – Beyond Narratives of Us and Them

Speakers at this event – Lynne Segal, feminist academic, activist and author of Radical Happiness, Amisha Ghadiali, founder of podcast and community ‘All That We Are’ and author of INTUITION, and Christabel Read, co-founder and director of Advaya, MyEcoResolution and Initiative Earth – help us to explore practices that can be used by individuals and communities seeking joyful approaches to being the change we want to see in the world.


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