Coproduction and peer support

Androulla explains how we're seeking to embed peer research within our projects to challenge white supremacy within research
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Young Changemakers tackling mental health inequalities in racialised communities
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Young Changemakers is a programme created by Centre for Mental Health, UK Youth and The Diana Award to equip young people with the tools to produce youth-led social action projects aimed at tacklin

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An evaluation of a three-year project to promote the mental health and wellbeing of young Black men in Birmingham
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Alex shares how his own experience shapes the way he works, and discusses the corrosive impact of racism on mental health
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We explored the implications of expanding mental health peer support for children and young people, LGBTQ+ people, and older people
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Peer research shifts power relations by giving people from specific communities a voice that ensures research does not perpetuate unhelpful or inaccurate narratives
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Evaluating a project with young men often labelled as ‘gang members’, who are facing social and racial disadvantage
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How can young African Caribbean men's resilience be improved?
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Our evaluation of three projects developed by MAC-UK, working with excluded young people
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