synergi collaborative centre

Lankelly Chase Foundation has commissioned Queen Mary University of London, the University of Manchester and Words of Colour Productions to establish an independent centre of excellence on ethnic inequalities, severe mental illness and multiple disadvantage.

Synergi Collaborative Centre Stroke

National Survivor User Network

Sarah Yiannoullou, Managing Director of NSUN, and Raza Griffiths, NSUN London Network Coordinator, discuss the importance of the BME...

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Participants wanted for photography project

A new public engagement project will encourage ethnic minority people with experiences of living with severe mental illness (aged...

Synergi secures public engagement grant

Synergi secures public engagement grant

The Synergi Collaborative Centre has been awarded £10,000 from The Centre for Public Engagement (CPE) at Queen Mary University...

Advancing the design and science of reform

A review of reviews of the causes and remedies for ethnic inequalities in mental health in the UK is...

November 29th, 2017

[View the story “Launch of the Synergi Collaborative Centre @ Rivington Place on Wednesday 22 November 2017” on


November 23rd, 2017

The issues that the Synergi Collaborative Centre is setting out to tackle are profoundly troubling, longstanding and extremely difficult...


November 23rd, 2017

Lankelly Chase has a long history as a funder of voluntary and community sector services in the field of...


Detective Chief Inspector Sean Russell on building strong collaborations

Detective Chief Inspector Sean Russell is the Implementation Director at the West Midlands Mental Health Commission. He explains his...