10 May

A kinder, fairer and safer society by Nancy at Mind

Hope you are doing okay in these difficult times. We know this pandemic threatens the mental health of millions, especially those of us who were already struggling. In the last few weeks over eleven thousand of you have told us how coronavirus is affecting you and your mental health through our survey. We wanted to…

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05 Apr

An Update from Time to Change – 20 March 2020

Time to Change

Checking in with your family, friends and colleagues is always important, but especially now when many of us may be feeling worried or anxious about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19). While the focus is on physical health, the current situation may also be challenging when it comes to our mental health. You might not be…

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22 Jun

Universal Credit and beyond – Mind Campaign

In March, Amber Rudd, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, gave a speech about changing the way disability benefits work. She said that she didn’t want disabled people to feel ‘put on trial’ when they go for benefits assessments. It’s important to see someone in power recognise that, for too many disabled people, the…

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20 Nov

Mind Campaigns on Welfare and Benefits

You may have heard that last week Amber Rudd was appointed as the new Work and Pensions Secretary. The person in that role has the power to make a huge difference to the lives of people with mental health problems. Whether it’s the roll-out of Universal Credit or problems with PIP, we know that right now…

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