Save the date – Monday 25th March 2019 Racial Disparities in Mental Health
Black and minority ethnic people experience a number of inequalities related to mental health. This ranges from particular ethnic communities having a higher risk of being detained in secure institutions, to more general difficulties for all black and minority ethnic communities in accessing appropriate care and support.
Race Equality Foundation, together with the Association of Mental Health Providers and Friends, Families and Travellers, supported by Public Health England, will be holding a seminar on racial disparities in mental health.
This event will explore how the findings and case studies from our project can be put into practice. Participants will hear from experts in field, service users and carers, and practitioners doing specific work with black and minority ethnic communities.
Please hold the 25th March 2019.
Central London venue to be confirmed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information