The Collective Psychology Project is a collaborative inquiry into how psychology and politics can be brought together in new, creative ways that help us to become a larger us instead of a them-and-us.

From now until summer 2019, we’re working on an initial research and scoping phase, including mapping the ground and who’s doing what, convening conversations between the worlds of psychology and politics, and pulling our findings together in an agenda-setting think piece.

We’re also pulling together ideas for real world pilot projects that can test out approaches that have the potential to go to scale – so if you have an idea, please get in touch