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The countdown has begun for the Connecting Climate Minds Global Event

The intersection between climate change and mental health is a vital and emerging area of research. The Connecting Climate Minds project aims to broaden the scope of research and links between researchers across different sectors and the IFRC Psychosocial Centre strongly support these efforts.

Connecting Climate Change and Mental Health Research and Action

On 19-21 March 2024 Connecting Climate Minds stakeholders will come together in person in Barbados to finalise the Global Research and Action Agenda, and celebrate the communities that have been built during the past year’s tremendous work undertaken by the Regional Communities of Practices, Lived Experience Working Group, the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre and Imperial’s Climate Cares Centre.

Participate online

All are invited to join the event virtually to learn about the project outcomes, listen to presentations from our regional communities, youth, small farmers and fisher people, and indigenous communities on their findings, and connect with others joining the global climate change and mental health community.

Register and learn more about the event:

Visit the Connecting Climate Minds Global Online Hub

The Global Online Hub, is a digital platform designed to unite the fields of mental health and climate change access here


IFRC PS Centre Resources

For more information on Mental Health and Climate Change please find resources here


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