Across the globe, organizations, municipalities, and communities are using collective wellbeing as a framework to reimagine what’s possible for tomorrow in the midst of significant challenges today. In the United States, there is growing interest in collective wellbeing as a concept, process, and outcome. At the same time, we need to identify the skills, tools, mindsets, and relationships required to bring collective wellbeing to life in equitable and sustainable ways.
In partnership with the Institute for Collective Wellbeing in Madison, Wisconsin, Civic Wellbeing Partners is mapping emerging initiatives across the U.S. that take a place-based approach to collective wellbeing and center racial equity as a core value. Additionally, we are identifying global exemplars that shed light on opportunities for adaptation in the United States.
With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), we will explore such pressing questions as:
Stay tuned for updates.