Decriminalising Black Mental Illness: interrogation and pathways
Decriminalising Black Mental Illness: interrogation and pathways Jan 31

Decriminalising Black Mental Illness: interrogation and pathways

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We convene to move - from editorial, to points of action.

The Black Knowledge Society is partnering with a great number of leading organisations and community activists for this edition, to ensure our community starts the year from a foundation of real mental strength:

We will be seeking answers to prevailing concerns surrounding the following topics:

the historical backdrop of Black mental health in the UK and prevailing public health inequalitiesgender and generational experiences: red flags, pathways, and learningsBlack mental health in White corporate spaces: tackling the sense of isolation; practicalities of grievanceunderstanding and mitigating criminalisation: law enforcement and the criminal justice systemsupport services: creative solutions to address barriers to access

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31-Jan-2021 - 20:00 Start date
31-Jan-2021 - 22:00 End date
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