Manifesto for a mentally healthier nation calls on all political parties to prioritise and invest in mental health and include the policies detailed in the report within their election manifestoes.
1 July 2021 “No health without justice, no quality without equality” Centre for Mental Health is an independent, not for profit thinktank. We are dedicated to eradicating mental health inequalities and fighting injustice by changing policy and practice. We have been at the heart of some of the most important changes in policy and practice
David Woodhead explains how the death of the star prompted him to look at his own addiction and sobriety with fresh eyes.
Events taking place in Israel and Palestine over the last month have been deeply distressing to witness for millions of people worldwide. Conflict, violence and oppression pose an existential threat to human life, and they leave a legacy of great harm to people’s mental health that can last for generations yet to be born. This
We are dedicated to eradicating mental health inequalities and fighting injustice by changing policy and practice.
A Constant Battle investigates how experiences of racism towards both parents and children affect their mental health and parent-child interactions
Andy reflects on the ramifications of announcements and assertions at this week’s Conservative Party conference
Ahead of the UK general election, we’re campaigning for policies to improve mental health in the UK to be adopted as part of a 10-year, cross-government mental health strategy for England.
The Government’s new strategy sets out some vital actions across government to save lives, but it is unclear how these will be resourced
Holly explores the unequal impact of rising temperatures and sets out why action on climate change should be considered a priority in protecting mental health worldwide