Presentations and photos of the Gulbenkian Forum on Mental Health “Socioeconomic crises and mental health: from research to action”
The Forum was held on 24-25 November 2016, in Lisbon. You may now access the presentation slides, the presentation videos and some photos of the Forum.
Today we are publishing a paper written and sent to us by J. Scott Hinkle that describes the success of the MHF training program.
WHO and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees have produced a new guide on mental health in humanitarian emergencies, so non-specialist health workers can better identify, assess and manage mental health needs.
Editorial in the current issue of The Lancet Psychiatry about the USA’s problem of prison mental health.
The Lisbon Institute of Global Mental Health (LIGMH) aims to generate innovative knowledge, build capacity and provide technical collaboration to governments and non- governmental organizations in the area of Public Mental Health.
Disability Rights International (DRI) investigation reveals shocking dangers and violence faced by children living in orphanages
Today DRI released its groundbreaking report, No Way Home: The Exploitation and Abuse of Children in Ukraine’s Orphanages, the result of a three-year investigation into the country’s egregious human rights violations, perpetrated against its most vulnerable citizens – children locked away in orphanages, institutions, boarding schools and other segregated facilities.