Mind news and press releases
The latest news from the leading mental health charity in England and Wales.
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Mind's views on the Leveson Report
Mind believes that freedom of the press is important as long as it does not infringe on a person’s human rights.
Stephen Fry announced as host of Mind Media Awards 2012
We are delighted to announce that Stephen Fry will host this year’s Mind Media Awards, which opens for entries today.
Sally Brampton puts mental health on the record at journalist event
Time to Change is spearheading a new initiative offering journalists and programme makers from all sectors an insight into mental health to ensure that reporting of the issue is done fairly and accurately.
Mental health still a taboo in the media, new research shows
The media is failing to give mental health the attention it needs, according to the results of a survey released today.
Mind Media Awards shortlist announced
This year's Mind Media Awards, to be hosted by Rebecca Front, includes a diverse range of work including X Factor judge Tulisa’s BBC 3 documentary, a prison radio interview with Stephen Fry, and BBC medical dramas Casualty and Holby City.
Nominations open for the Mind Media Awards
Our awards honour the very best media portrayals and reporting of mental distress across broadcast, print and digital media. Entries are now open.
Mental health stigma hits the top trending list on Twitter
A new top trend has hit social networking site Twitter today, on the day the government launched its new mental health strategy No Health Without Mental Health.
Stacey gives birth
Eastenders' Stacey Branning faces a dilemma: should she continue taking medication as a breastfeeding mother?
Mind responds to Daily Mail
Janet Street-Porter in Daily Mail: Depression? It's just the new trendy illness.
Ofcom criticises radio DJ
Radio DJ has been reprimanded by the media regulator for his broadcast about a woman's suicide attempt.
I Know You Know - exclusive preview
This acclaimed new film starring Robert Carlyle will be screened in London on 7 April, in aid of Mind and The Big Issue.
Final call for Mind Journalist of the Year entries
Don't miss the deadline of 5pm on Monday 29 March.
Mind supporters Blake nominated for Classical BRIT Award
Vote for Blake to win 'Album of the Year'
Nominate your favourites for the Mind Media Awards
Which TV or radio programmes represent the best coverage or portrayal of mental distress this year?
Bipolar medication during pregnancy
EastEnders' bipolar storyline continues as Stacey becomes pregnant.