I went to the cinema a couple of days ago.
Whilst in the loo, I happened to read an advert for the 'Time to Change' campaign displayed above the wash basins. I think that for any change to happen more people need to get involved.
Time to Change has launched a new campaign with the support of many
well-known faces, all pledging to do their bit to end mental health
prejudice. But no-one is more important than you in making it really happen!
Click on the ad below and register with the campaign to lend your support.
What have you got to fear?
Open Up (one of Time to Change's projects) is pleased to announce an exciting line-up for its 14th June anti-discrimination conference, 'Challenging Discrimination Together'!
Featuring Mental Health User Trainer and Consultant Tina Coldham as
Conference Chair, contributions from Mind Chief Exec Paul Farmer, and
your chance to put your questions on the future of the
anti-discrimination movement to our panel: Time to Change Director Sue
Baker, Time to Change LEAP member Karen Machin, Harmit Kambo from the
Sheila McKechnie Foundation, and Bruce Calderwood from the Department
Plus a fantastic range of workshops to choose from, including:
challenging discrimination in your community, getting your message
across in the media, BME media portrayals and project management
skills. workshops will be repeated to ensure everyone gets the chance
to attend the session of their choice. If that's still not enough for
you, there will also be networking games, music from Growing Minds,
cake, prizes, and traditional Indian dancing…
It's going to be a day full of fun, skill-sharing and learning with
something for everyone! The conference will be held at Jury's Inn in
Birmingham. Book now to avoid disappointment: www.mind.org.uk/conferences or email email@example.com to request a paper registration form.