28 May 20204:30pm - 5:30pmONLINE

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Join us for the first in a series of discussions as part of the Social Power and Mental Health: Evolving Research Through Lived Experience conference

This online panel will explore how mental health survivors/service users have been responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’ll hear about survivor-led mutual aid projects, and reflect on their links to a long history of survivor/service user activism.

And we’ll consider how current mutual aid efforts are rooted in the self-help movements developed by black working-class communities in the 1960s and 1970s.

 

Panellists include:

Bethan Mair Edwards (Mad Covid)

Akiko Hart (National Survivor User Network)

Sophia Siddiqui (Institute of Race Relations)

Helen Spandler (UCLan)

 

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This event will take place via Zoom, details will be emailed to registrants.

 

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