Mindfulness, Behaviour Change and Engagement in Public Policy: An Evaluation

Rachel Lilley, Mark Whitehead, Rachel Howell, Rhys Jones, Jessica Pykett

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Abstract

This report has been written in order to provide an account of the delivery and impact of the Mindfulness, Behaviour Change and Engagement in Public Policy programme. The Mindfulness, Behaviour Change and Engagement in Public Policy programme (hereafter MBCEPP) was developed as part of an Economic and Social Research Council funded project entitled Negotiating Neuroliberalism: Changing Behaviours, Values, and Beliefs and delivered in partnership with the Welsh Government. The programme was developed in order to explore whether the experience of practicing mindfulness would enable participants to enhance their understanding of the principles that inform contemporary behaviour change policies.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherESRC Negotiating Neuroliberalism Project Report
Number of pages31
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2014

Keywords

  • Mindfulness
  • Behaviour change
  • Policy

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