There are a number of events related to mental health that are happening every week in London. Improve your knowledge and skills by taking part in an event that works with your schedule! Not all of them are events we have organised but we will aim to post opportunities that are relevant to our work and draw on the wider assets around mental health that exist in the greater London area.
Additionally, the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton has a rich mix of activities and events. You can click here to visit their events page!
An invitation to RE:CREATE Psychiatry screening and discussion this Monday 5th March.
From 6.30pm to 8.30pm at The Dragon Café.Read more
Kindred Minds is essentially a service user-led BME support network that brings together mental health service users from different Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities with a focus on mutuality, shared learning and friendship.Read more
From the margins to the centre.From objects and subjects of economic capital; to creators and definers of cultural capital. Our African focused tour of the National Gallery reveals the many and varied Black presences to be found in the paintings and works on display from 1500's to 1900's. Read more
You will learn about the visible monuments, manuscripts, and fine art that demonstrate a rich African heritage and the traditional belief systems underpinning this heritage. Read more
BCA Friends host their annual summer BBQ and family fun day at the archives. Artists, poets, and storytellers transform the archives into an enchanting and imaginative world of words, visions and laughter.Read more
Black History Studies
Black History Studies is a social enterprise company which aims to empower the African and Caribbean community and enable them to develop self-knowledge and identity through Black History and CultureRead more
Harry Cumberbatch MBE pioneered an innovative project that used black history to empower African/Caribbean people with mental health issues.Read more
Black-British Civil Rights 1968-2018
The bias in schools gives the impression that racism and civil rights was an American issue and totally ignores the struggles Black British people endured. Read more
The second Health Inequalities Research Network (HERON) Conference will be held on 31st October 2018 in London, at the Coin St Neighbourhood Centre.Read more