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At the APPG

Mindfulness In Westminister By Rachel Lilley   Is mindfulness an opiate or a system changer? That was one of the key discussions in the All Party Group on Mindfulness meeting in Westminster yesterday on Workplace Mindfulness. Our attempts to combine behaviour change theory and mindfulness are definitely attempting to apply it as a transformative game […]

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Mindfulness and Behavioural Change: an Evaluation We recently delivered a Mindfulness, Behaviour Change and Engagement in Public Policy (MBCEPP) programme to civil servants in Wales. The programme explored the impacts that  learning about new behavioural insights through the practices of mindfulness could have. The programme yielded some very positive results and the evaluation report can […]

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Simple(r) – A Review

Simple(r), the Future of Government, by Cass R. Sunstein New York: Simon & Schuster, 2013,  x + 260 pp, $26.00 hardback, ISBN 978-1-4767-2659-5 This review has been written by Kayleigh van Oorschot of the Netherlands School of Public Administration. Kayleigh is on our Project Steering Committee and is also a co-author of the excellent report ‘Choice Architecture’ Cass Sunstein’s […]

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