Topic: Equality in mental health

Fact sheet: Muslim mental health

This fact sheet, developed in partnership with the Woolf Institute, brings together the latest available evidence on Muslim mental health across the life course, highlighting the urgent need to tackle the stark inequalities in Muslims’ access to, experience of and outcomes from mental health services.

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It’s getting hot in here: extreme temperatures and mental health

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

Type: Blog

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Counting the cost of health inequality: new data on premature mortality among people with a mental illness in England

Andy Bell draws focus on the recent mortality statistics for people with severe mental illness.

Type: Blog

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Having our say: Promoting voting rights for people with mental health difficulties

Masum Khwaja explains how important it is for people living with mental health difficulties to exercise their right to vote.

Type: Blog

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RHS Chelsea 2023: Centre for Mental Health’s The Balance Garden

An overview of our RHS Chelsea 2023 The Balance Garden; the purpose and message behind our garden and its relocation to Tottenham.

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Finding ways to end the toxic impacts of poverty: our first Festival of Ideas event

Ed gives an overview of our Festival of Ideas event which explored the solutions to tackling the toxic effects of poverty on mental health and answers questions from attendees

Type: Blog

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Podcast: Ed Davie

Ed Davie speaks to Thea about the cost-of-living crisis and the toxic impact of poverty on our mental health

Type: Blog

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Podcast: Young Changemakers

Ayanda, Aaliyah and Kadra sit down with Thea to discuss the innovative project which is reimagining mental health for racialised communities

Type: Blog

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Ending poverty: the biggest public health challenge of our time

Ed considers how social reforms through history have shown us that change – and an end to poverty – is possible

Type: Blog

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Briefing 58: Poverty, economic inequality and mental health

The evidence is clear that poverty, deprivation, and economic inequality are toxic to mental health; policy makers need to prioritise reducing them as an urgent public health necessity

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