How human rights help those with mental health issues
Published on 29 Nov 2019
Mental health is still a difficult subject to talk about, we think it’s time it became the norm, don’t you?
Our mental health dictates a lot of how we function in daily life. It’s vital we look to keep our mental health high, but it’s easier for some than others. That’s why we have human rights to ensure that the most vulnerable are protected, and for them to know that help is out there. Help us spread the word about mental health with this video.
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