Nōku te Ao: Like Minds is a public awareness programme that aims to increase social inclusion and end discrimination towards people with experience of mental illness or distress. They do this through public awareness campaigns, community projects and research.

They are running a Social Movement Lived Experience Survey to understand what people with mental distress or illness would like, and for people to share their mātauranga or wisdom around what mental distress discrimination issues are most important to tackle in Aotearoa.

There are other ways of being involved, such as taking part in online hui that are being planned. For more information see Nōku te Ao: Like Minds Social Movement - How can I get involved?