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Saturday 22nd April 2017 1pm-5pm This event is for people of Africans heritage will consider how black communities can be organised in wheich they share stories and improve their understanding of the impact of historical forces on their families, emotional lives, relationships and well-being

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The UK’s health and social care sector is chronically dependent on migration. The NHS and social care providers – which support vulnerable adults, children in need or at risk, and elderly people – employ 11% of the UK’s 2.1 million EU migrant workers. For a sector already suffering massive staff shortages, and reeling from six years

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Faith, Community and Mental Health Ahead of tonight’s lecture from Dr. Rasjid Skinner, Malik Gul reflects on the first lecture of the series… “I was very pleased to welcome Emeritus Professor Suman Fernando to give the first lecture in our new series of talks on Faith, Community and Mental Health a month ago. What we

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The case studies in this report show how public health and the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector (VCSE) are working together to make a real difference to people’s health and wellbeing. Local government has always been a close partner to the VCSE sector, and now, with public health colleagues, we are able to go

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A look back to 2012…   After decades of lobbying governments to address the disproportionately poor outcomes of people from black and minority ethnic groups (BME) in mental health services in Britain, psychiatrist Suman Fernando claims that under the coalition government there is a “huge” risk of race “falling under the radar altogether”. Fernando, 80,

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