New Publication – Criminal responsibility evaluations

New Publication – Criminal responsibility evaluations
For further details please see the entry in the Wiki VBP Library:  https://vbp.libib.com/#94091227X

Brief Description: Criminal responsibility assessments have at times come under scrutiny and have been heavily criticized. A literature review revealed significant differences between countries concerning legal frameworks and procedures for conducting these assessments.

The findings suggest that although some countries can be seen as a “role model”, there still is room for improvement.

Mental Health week of Action

The loss of Dalian Atkinson, ex-professional footballer, raises the huge issues of listening and loneliness affecting more players, coaches, managers and their families in the UK. The Professional Footballers Association in alliance with the United Family and Friends campaign, aims to raise the huge impact on our physical, mental health and safety in and outside of the profession

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Celebrating Seni’s Law

Royal College of Psychiatrists and Whiteness and Race Equality Network
Celebrating Seni’s Law

We aim to celebrate with a special coproduction session recognising the unique genius of Ajibola Lewis; a modern day political activist, who turned pain into political change.  

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