During these uncertain times, the mental health and wellbeing of people is being challenged due to physical distancing and loss of human connection. At the same time, the ability of organisations to convene events has been severely restricted.

In direct response to these challenges, InsideOut and the Wellbeing @ Work Summits have joined forces to launch the world’s first 24-hour global mental health summit, called G24.

The event will bring the world together on the mental health agenda during this time of need. Three consecutive summits across global times zones with a variety of expert keynote speakers, workshops, energisers and round table discussions will provide a global audience a unique perspective from all corners of the world on mental health in the workplace.

G24 will start at 9am Sydney time on May 18 and finish at 5pm in San Francisco and will involve three consecutive remote events hosted over three main time zones, allowing the world to connect.

We are keen to help bring people together in a fresh and innovative format while also raising funds for the WHO Covid-Solidarity 19 Response Fund and a percent of ticket revenue will be donated to this critical cause.

More than 60 speakers from 10 countries across the world are confirmed to take part and hundreds of delegates have already confirmed their attendance.

Click here for further details, a list of speakers and ticket registrations

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