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

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.  

Black History Month – Beyond Taking the Knee

An interactive seminar addressing topics including race equality and discrimination in football from grassroots to the professional game. About this event To look at the actions needed to address race equality and discrimination in football from grassroots to the Professional game beyond ‘Taking in the knee’. The interactive seminar with leading equality practitioners provides an […]

Black Herstory Month event. Whiteness as a chemical restraint.

Wednesday October 27th 2021. 12pm-2pm.

The last year has witnessed a proliferation of events, funding, and consultations. The renewed engagement of diverse researchers, organisations and activists have, however, failed to address the Lived experiences of race.

Racism as a public mental health concern

Brief Description: The seminar looks at the structural and social determinants of race and racism as public mental health concern disguised by the White Paper Review of the Mental Health Act (2021) for clinical and competency changes. It analyses the inter-related factors of class, gender, education as important contributing factors to the over-representation of racialised […]

Racism as a public mental health concern – 14th July 2021

The seminar looks at the structural and social determinants of race and racism as public mental health concern disguised by the White PaperReview of the Mental Health Act (2021) for clinical and competency changes. It analyses the inter-related factors of class, gender, education as important contributing factors to the over-representation of racialised (ethnically diverse) communities, suffering from Covid-19 and long-term medical diseases.

A Time to Share and Repair – Making black Mental Health matter in football

Free Webinar – May 25 5.00pm – 6.30pm – jointly hosted by WREN (Whiteness and Race Equality Network), the FA (Football Association), the PFA (Professional footballers Association) and The Mental Health FoundationFor full details and to register please go to: https://atimetoshareandrepair.eventbrite.co.uk/

Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health – A Scoping Webinar

March 24 2021 12 – 2pm Joint hosts: Lancet Psychiatry and WREN (the Whiteness and Race Equality Network in the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice (VBP), Oxford) …………… With continuing race inequalities in mental health – notably disproportionate use of compulsory treatment in young black men – the need for change has never been more […]

Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health

Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health A Scoping Webinar March 24 2021 12 – 2pm Joint hosts: Lancet Psychiatry; and WREN (the Whiteness and Race Equality Network in the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice, Oxford) With continuing race inequalities in mental health – notably disproportionate use of compulsory treatment in young […]

Whiteness and Race Equality Network in Sport Black his(herstory) month – Is my Coach Education r/white – Making black coaches mental health matter – Covid 19.

The Whiteness and Race Equality Network are hosting a webinar on Thursday 29 October 2020. Is my Coach Education r/white – Making black coaches mental health matter – Covid 19. This webinar aims to discuss: The changes needed in coach education, and the race competences to empower black and Asian coaches to be represented in senior […]

Whiteness and Race Equality Network – Webinar

The Whiteness and Race Equality Network are hosting a webinar on Wednesday 28 October 2020 – Black his(herstory) month – a year on – Coproduction, whiteness, action research for race equality in mental health. The webinar builds on the conference, October 14th, 2019 focused on identifying whiteness in working across the colour for race equality […]

Blog from MIND

Read the new blog from Colin King about his experiences in the mental health system: My experiences on both sides of the Mental Health Act at: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/your-stories/my-experiences-on-both-sides-of-the-mental-health-act/#.WwWDomLTXYV Colin is the convener of the Whiteness and Race Equality Network  Next conference – Is my Mental Illness an Act – June 4th London – places are free but you do need to register – for details please […]

Conference call – the Whiteness and Race Equality Network

The Whiteness and Race Equality Network are very pleased to announce their conference – IS MY ‘MENTAL DISORDER’ AN ACT CONSTRUCTION OR A SCIENCE OF RACE – London, June 4 – places are free but you do need to register For the programme and how to register please SEE BELOW

Meeting announcement – the Whiteness Network

The Whiteness Network is very pleased to announce a meeting on: IS MY ‘MENTAL DISORDER’ AN ACT? The meeting is being held in London – June 4th, 2018. Time 10am – 4pm. at St George’s University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 ORE. For details please see below [gview file=”https://valuesbasedpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/18.03.16-Is-my-Mental-Disorder-an-Act-1.docx”]

Meeting announcement – the Whiteness Network

The Whiteness Network is very pleased to announce a meeting on IS MY ‘MENTAL DISORDER’ AN ACT? The meeting is being held in London – June 4th, 2018. Time 10am – 4pm. at St George’s University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 ORE. For details please see below [gview file=”https://valuesbasedpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/18.03.16-Is-my-Mental-Disorder-an-Act.docx”]