Responding to the release of the ONS Report 'Attitudes to Mental Illness 2010' (*1) yesterday Time to Change, England's national anti-discrimination campaign, says the statistics show that public...

Responding to Why Did You Kill My Dad due to be aired on Monday 1st March 9.00pm BBC2, Sue Baker, Director of Time to Change, England's programme to end mental health discrimination, said: “The...

Time to Change were disappointed to read the comments made in "You don't have to be crazy to run the country but it helps - (Catherine Bennett, 14 Feb 2010).   The assumption that having...

Time to Change, Rethink, Derbyshire Mind and Derbyshire Mental Health Services Trust are bringing books to life today (Tuesday 9 February) in Derby's Assembly Rooms. At the Living Library event,...

This week Islington Council joined the growing number of organisations pledging their support to end discrimination against people with experience of mental health problems. At a signing ceremony at...

Photographer Lorraine Goddard is exhibiting a collection of her work in a bid to raise awareness of mental health. The exhibition entitled 'Out of Context' focuses on 50 people in the public eye...

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