Centre for Mental Health has established a new Commission for Equality in Mental Health to investigate the pervasive inequalities in mental health.
The commission is seeking evidence about a range of inequalities in mental health, and producing a series of briefings exploring specific inequalities, what is known about their causes and how they might be reduced or eradicated.
This blog series offers an opportunity to learn more about the work of the commission and hear from the Commission's members.
Last updated: 19th December, 2019
Meg Stapleton looks at the assumptions and realities about older people's mental health
Louis reflects on hearing first-hand about what can promote good mental health in different communities across Manchester
Anastasia discusses her role promoting mental health in the Bank of England and beyond
Liz looks at what needs to happen to truly address inequalities in mental health in the new parliament
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Andy writes for the Commission for Equality, calling on political parties to look beyond the 'one in four' rhetoric
Tom looks at the way people's circumstances shape their experience of mental health problems