Mental health is a human rights issue
Published on 29 Nov 2019
Did you know approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK experience a mental health problem each year?
Mental health is a difficult subject to talk about, which is why we feel we need to help break the stigma on mental health. We invited 3 incredible women to tell their personal stories on their struggles with mental health, and what we can be doing to take back control.
EachOther is a UK-focused charity that uses independent journalism, story-telling and film-making to put the human into human rights. The digital content we produce is grounded in the lived experience of ordinary people affected by human rights issues. We involve them in the process of developing their stories, rather than talking for or over them. Theirs are the voices we platform and amplify to our lay audience of over a million viewers each year. In this way, we hope to grow public support for human rights here in the UK.
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