Date: 8 October 2021
This year's theme for World Mental Health Day is 'mental health in an unequal world' - the core focus of our work here at the Centre.
Join us as we mark World Mental Health Day by putting the spotlight on mental health inequalities. A year on from our ground-breaking report Mental Health For All?, we look at the hard facts surrounding inequality in mental health: why some people are so much more likely to face mental health difficulties, or struggle to get the help they deserve.
As a society, we are more aware of the mental health difficulties so many of us face – but we’re not always as aware of the role inequality plays in our experience of mental health problems, services, or getting better.
Hear from Andy Bell (Deputy CEO, Centre for Mental Health) on the key findings of our research, as well as Poppy Jaman (Trustee, Centre for Mental Health and Chief Executive, City Mental Health Alliance) and Rose Ssali (Chief Executive, Support and Action for Women's Network).
While the scale of the problem can feel overwhelming, this webinar will explain both the reality and the solutions for truly creating good mental health for all.