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Mind comments on the execution of Akmal Shaikh
Paul Farmer's statement on the execution in China of a man with severe mental health problems.
Mind nominee given criminal justice award!
Police officer recognised for introducing innovative mental health awareness training in Hackney.
Tell us what you think about mental health on TV
Be part of an exciting new research project looking at the best and worst portrayals of mental health on TV.
Mind wins 'doing money differently' award
A Disability Network award has gone to Mind for its information and campaigning on money and debt.
BBC leads British media in battle to break the last great taboo
The BBC swept the board at the 2009 Mind Mental Health Media Awards.
Art therapy - Mind 2010 calendar
Our new calendar features exclusive art from members of our local Mind associations.
Stacey’s bipolar symptoms get worse
EastEnders character Stacey Slater has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and this week her sympoms start to get worse.
Ecominds gives £1.25m boost to national eco-projects
Five environmental organisations have been awarded up to £250,000 each to deliver projects as part of the Ecominds grant scheme.
Mind book throws spotlight on chemical cosh
Psychiatric Drugs explores taking antidepressants and other drugs from the patient's viewpoint.
Bad reporting on BBC's One Show
On Monday 20 July The One Show on BBC One broadcast a feature which linked mental health with dangerous behaviour.
£1 million given to a 'Load Of Old Rubbish' ... and other eco projects
Over £1 million has been awarded today to nine eco-projects throughout England from new grants scheme Ecominds.
Mind reveals alarming levels of disability hate crime
Mind comments on new WHO World Health Survey on depression
The treatment of depression must be given equal footing to the treatment of other conditions.
Janet Dean MP addresses mental health needs at Mind's Rural Conference
Although most people perceive country life as a healthier, stress-free alternative to life in the city, problems of greater isolation and poverty in remote areas mean that some groups in rural communities are at high risk of developing mental distress.
BT Mind Book of the Year 2007 awarded to Michele Hanson for 'Living With Mother - Right To The Very End'