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Barry supports Labour Campaign for Mental Health and ‘Time to Talk’ Day to raise awareness of mental health ant to end mental health discrimination

On 5th February 2015 Barry hosted a Labour Campaign for Mental Health event in the House of Commons on ‘Time to Talk Day’ - a campaign organised to encourage conversation about mental health and to end stigma and discrimination towards those who may have or have had mental health difficulties.

Time to Talk Day is a national campaign seeking to raise awareness of mental health difficulties and to reduce discrimination against people who have experienced difficulties by encouraging frank and open discussions where people may share their experiences. 

You can find out more about Labour Campaign for Mental Health here and Time to Change here.

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published this page in News 2015-05-06 10:18:05 +0100

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