The Pocket Project is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that establishes projects to raise awareness, educate and train both professionals and civil society on the global impact and processes for integration of collective trauma. The Pocket Project develops social impact projects that help to prevent trauma, support trauma informed service and initiate trauma integration in crisis areas around the world.
Collective learning spaces are part of a healthy way of living. Our relations are an essential part of who we are – and we can consciously cultivate this aspect in our lives, even and especially during times of crisis. The Pocket Project is committed to open spaces for collective presence and compassion. We do need these qualities to activate the healthy response mechanisms of our global immune system.
Global Social Witnessing
This summer, the Pocket Project is sponsoring scholarships for the Trauma-Informed Leadership in Times of Crisis Summer Leadership Development Course for leaders in change movements, social enterprises, and NGOs, taking place from 20 June – end of September 2021
Collective Trauma Online Summit
Since 2019, the Pocket Project has partnered with Inner Science LLC to create an annual Collective Trauma Summit. The 2020 Summit brought together 100 speakers and attracted 108,000 participants from more than 100 countries. This 10-day global event offered compelling conversations and an exploration of the potential for healing personal, intergenerational, and collective trauma.
The Pocket Project has a vibrant Volunteer Programme – and we would love to hear from you!
We are looking for support with some of the concrete needs we have, mainly in the area of transcription and translation of Pocket Project information and videos. If you have skills in the above areas, please let us know.