Meaningful travel is about more than being a responsible tourist; there are mental health benefits too
With both youth depression and youth unemployment on the rise, calls are growing for a different kind of learning. Could ‘positive education’ enhance not just wellbeing, but academic performance too?
Research reveals that England’s children have less positive attitudes to reading than other countries, while a third of adults don’t read for pleasure – and this could be affecting wellbeing. [...]
As he embarks on a world tour to support young people traumatised by poverty and conflict, professor of child mental health, Panos Vostanis, explores how to help traumatised young people
The Integrate Movement is helping facilities such as schools and housing associations take a mental health-led approach, so that excluded people get the help they need. Nicola Slawson talks to [...]
Call-in radio programme aims to reduce mental health problems caused by earthquakes
Tradition, corruption and political negligence continue to stigmatise mental illness, but the new generation is transforming old taboos