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.

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Synergi Talks podcast: Sathnam Sanghera

Sathnam Sanghera is an award-winning journalist and novelist. His debut book, The Boy With The Topknot: A Memoir of...

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Modernising the Mental Health Act: A missed opportunity to address ethnic inequalities?

Ethnic minority people have a greatly increased risk of being detained under the Mental Health Act...

Synergi Photovoice project wins award

The Synergi Photovoice project, which facilitated the narratives of ethnic minority people with lived experience of...

Synergi survey deadline extended for carers and service users

The Synergi public survey on ethnic inequalities and severe mental illness has extended its deadline to...

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December 5th, 2018

Since 2015, Hackney Council has worked with voluntary sector umbrella organisation Hackney CVS and a multi-agency partnership, that includes...


December 5th, 2018

Facilitating the promoting the narratives of ethnic minority people with lived experience of severe mental illness was at the...


December 5th, 2018

The Synergi Collaborative Centre was established in February 2017, and formally launched in November 2017, with a host of...


December 5th, 2018

Some people say that more has happened within mental health care in the last century than ever before in...


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Synergi Stories podcast: Sereena’s story

Listen to the powerful story of Sereena, a thirtysomething artist and successful entrepreneur, who shares how she navigates having...