Whiteness and Race Equality Network Year planner 2022

Whiteness and Race Equality Network

Whiteness and Race Equality Network Year planner 2022

WREN has continued its active programme of meetings, publications and other activities through the pandemic – see Past Meetings (many with YouTube links) on our Home Page

This update relates to our plans for 2022

Seminar Presentations and Dates

Jan 14 - WREN Planning meeting

Feb 8 -  Mental Health Government symposium.

Feb 9  - Mind Event – Coproduction and Race Equality

March 25 - Seni’s Law Community Empowerment Network seminars

March 31 - Launch of Mental Health Unit Use of Forces Act 2018 Seni’s-Law Event

April 4 - Seni’s Law Community Empowerment Network seminars. Module 2 Develop Policy – Community to Ward

April 11 - Module 3 Develop training – Develop recording

May 9 - 15   Mental Health week of Action.  PFA. Mental Health Foundation – NHS – United Family Friends

June 13 - Personality Disorder Race 13

June 20 - 26 Refugee Week, Mohammad

August Part 1. Mental health in work place Summer Seminar of Mentoring for black psychologists and Lancet.

September  22 - Work on Festival of Philosophy, Joint Lancet events on Peer group guidance.

October -  Conference with Royal College Race/Coproduction

December - Part 2 Mental Health in the work place – Focus surgery, sport and mental health.


WREN Meeting Dates

January 14 2022

February 14 2022

March 8 2022

May 17 2022

June TBC

July TBC

August TBC

September TBC

October TBC

November TBC

December TBC

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