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East London Artists with Anxiety (short documentary)

Blog submission: A short documentary about two inspiring artists suffering with anxiety in east London; to tackle this topic that's affecting young people we wanted to talk about this seldom discussed topic in a raw and honest way–in order to spark a meaningful conversation. The video is essentially an interview diary where the two individuals … Continue reading East London Artists with Anxiety (short documentary)

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Liber8 Education

The National Union of Students have launched a Liber8 Education Campaign Liber8 Education identifies our clear vision for what an education sector which truly works for all would look and feel like, focussing on eight core campaign areas including: Liber8 Education: Liber8 the Curriculum The issue Wide quantitative and qualitative evidence suggests that not all … Continue reading Liber8 Education

Religion, Spirituality and Mental Health

Religion, spirituality and mental health Simon Dein, Christopher C. H. Cook, Andrew Powell, Sarah Eagger (2010) Research demonstrates important associations between religiosity and well-being; spirituality and religious faith are important coping mechanisms for managing stressful life events. Despite this, there is a religiosity gap between mental health clinicians and their patients. The former are less … Continue reading Religion, Spirituality and Mental Health

Minorities within Minorities – the evidence base relating to minority groups within the LGB&T community – Varney

Minorities within Minorities – the evidence base relating to minority groups within the LGB&T community Author: Dr Justin Varney, Consultant in Public Health Medicine, GLADD The experience of growing up different within ethnic communities can create additional pressures and challenges as the two cultural norms may conflict.1 2 3 This may be compounded in migrant … Continue reading Minorities within Minorities – the evidence base relating to minority groups within the LGB&T community – Varney