Archive | May, 2014

Grassroots organising for safety

Community research project Experiences of violence not only impact on wellbeing but present a significant barrier to communities being spaces where people can feel safe enough to fully participate in and lead social change movements. Lauren Caulfield is conducting some research with the purpose of understanding better how we can build capacity for effective community-based […]

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Day in Nature

Onur Ekinci explains how a Day in Nature helps you and the community to thrive. US journalist and author Richard Louv described in the Guardian 10 reasons why we need more contact with nature. Below is just the list: The more high-tech our lives become, the more nature we need Humans are hard-wired to love […]

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Activist Stories: Natalie

Natalie Lowrey shared her story with Plan to Thrive through the Activist Health and Wellbeing Survey. Thanks Nat! More stories to come.  Can you tell us a little bit about the kind of activism you have been involved in? Over the past 13 years my activism has encompassed many social justice and environmental issues including […]

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Happy Birthday PTT!

Woot! It’s one year since Plan to Thrive launched. In this first year we’ve shared 42 posts on the topic of activist health and wellbeing. Plan to Thrive started out as a small spin-off from Plan to Win but has grown to be another thriving project in its own right. We hope this project has […]

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