Inequalities due to race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender identity impact people’s mental health and impede access to evidence-based, feasible, and culturally-appropriate mental health. This happens globally. Indeed, when it comes to mental health, all countries are developing countries. This panel discussion, hosted by South Africa, brings together the voices of persons with lived experiences, NGOs, and practitioner-implementers across higher and lower-middle income countries. The panelists will reflect on inequalities in mental health care in their contexts and explore ideas for how we might be able to reduce inequalities to accessing mental health care. This event is one that everyone can engage with and we welcome you to attend. Please RSVP to the event by completing this form.
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