January lecture: 'Prioritising children’s mental health: what can we do?'

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Join our expert panel for a discussion of how we can prioritise children's mental health. What difference can we make?

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Join us for our new lecture series on building better health equality in collaboration with Cllr Ketan Sheth, Chair of the Brent Community and Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee.

For our first event Cllr Sheth will be chairing a lively panel discussion on the important topic of children and young people's mental health.

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Our vision is a world in which every person has a voice

The Advocacy Project is a London based charity specialising in advocacy and user involvement.

Together with the most vulnerable and excluded, The Advocacy Project amplifies people’s voices and secures their rights.

Inequality, stigma and isolation are some of the most prevalent issues that people with learning disabilities, mental health problems, eating disorders and dementia face in their daily lives. On an individual, group and community level we work with people to address these challenges.

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Address: The Advocacy Project, 73 St Charles Square. London, W10 6EJ


Phone: 020 8969 3000

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