Equality in mental health

We brought together evidence about a range of inequalities in mental health, and identified what a system for equality would look like
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This report from the Mental Health Research Group calls for systemic change in the ways mental health research is planned, funded and delivered in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic
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Jessica Agudelo shares her story as the daughter of Colombian parents who grew up on a council estate in London, and the toll that financial insecurity takes on wellbeing
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Atif Choudhury shares his story and reflects on the intersections between neurodiversity, dyslexia, class and ethnicity
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Rose Ssali explains how the Mama Poverty Partnership is addressing mental health inequalities in African communities based in Greater Manchester
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The final report of the Commission for Equality in Mental Health highlights that change is possible, setting out a system designed for equality
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Mental health inequalities are unjust and unnecessary.

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Inequalities in mental health mean that some people are more likely to have poor mental health, and less likely to get effective support. We've put together some of the key facts to help you learn more and campaign for change.
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