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People are not inherently vulnerable - the situations they are placed in make them vulnerable

People are not inherently vulnerable - the situations they are placed in make them vulnerable Sanchita Hosali, Director of the British Institute of Human Rights talks about the importance of looking at hospital abuse through the lens of the Human Rights Act.

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The LeDeR Report: Change takes time. But how much time?

The LeDeR Report: Change takes time. But how much time? Anna Marriott discusses the lack of change in this week’s report and why that’s the problem.

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week As part of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week and it's focus on body image we spoke to 5 people with lived experience to explore their differnt perspectives…

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The lights are still on and there is still somebody at home

The lights are still on and there is still somebody at home #Mentalhealthawarenessweek: The fifth and final anonymous blog in our series. This one exploring the experience of againg on our mental health.

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Battling a false body image

Battling a false body image #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek: The fourth in our series of anonymous blogs, this time from the perspective of a parent.

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On a good day I’m not measuring myself against other people and I’m happy to be me.

On a good day I’m not measuring myself against other people and I’m happy to be me. #Mentalhealthawarenessweek: Our 3rd anonymous blog comes from somebody who experienced mental ill health at a young age.

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I never thought that self-image would be my un-doing

I never thought that self-image would be my un-doing #Mentalhealthawarenessweek: The second anonymous blog this week, this time from the perspective of a carer.

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What you believe about your own appearance.

What you believe about your own appearance. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek 2019: The first of 5 anonymous blogs this week exploring different experiences of how mental health impacts the way we view ourselves.

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Why include Experts by Experience?

Why include Experts by Experience? At the early stages of projects, I sometimes hear a reluctance from people to include the voices of people with lived experience in work, like it’s a distraction …

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Getting the rights right in housing

Getting the rights right in housing Our recent Housing Round Table in Newcastle discussing people’s equal rights to live independently in communities brought together a great range of voices of those living in supported…

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