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The Government’s plans to reduce health disparities need to involve tackling poverty, improving housing and giving every child a better start in life
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We welcome the commitment to modernise the Mental Health Act - but plans to replace the Human Rights Act could have damaging consequences, and a partial ban on ‘conversion therapy’ is not enough
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Our new briefing as part of the Young Changemakers programme looks at the issues affecting the mental health of young people from racialised communities
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Hope Virgo writes an open letter to Boris Johnson and Sajid Javid highlighting concerns over the impact calorie labelling could have on people with eating disorders, as well as the wider population
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Our new report sets out key ways of improving support for people too often dismissed on the basis of their diagnosis
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We welcome the Government's amendment ensuring at least one member of each Integrated Care Board has experience relating to mental health
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We're working alongside Equally Well and partners to explore the impacts of food insecurity
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Our 'Shifting the Dial' report evaluates a programme promoting better mental health among young Black men in Birmingham
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We've set out how all council candidates in this year’s local government elections on 5 May can commit to improving mental health
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We've been working with other organisations to put forward changes to the bill to ensure it gives equal priority to mental health and reducing health inequalities
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These findings tell us what we already know; yet little has happened to change the systems that lead to poorer access, experience and outcomes in health care
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9 February 2022

The Student Space website has given university students a helpful extra resource to support their mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a report produced by Centre for Mental Health today.