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Nottingham book launch on Monday
Open Up initiative Harmless will be launching their book, In Our Own Words, on self harm awareness day.
Mind in Croydon on The One Show
Mind in Croydon's boxercise project was featured on the BBC1 show at 7pm, 24 February.
Mental health discrimination in Parliament ‘untenable’ says Government
The statement represents the strongest move yet towards outlawing mental health discrimination in Parliament.
MPs not immune to mental health problems
As Iris Robinson MP speaks out about her experience of mental distress, Time to Change hopes this will trigger more openness about mental health in politics.
Open Up is supporting films, conferences, art shows, roadshows and talent shows - each about mental health and tackling the stigma surrounding it.
Gordon Ramsay and Alec Stewart join Chelsea FC to kick off Get Moving
Gordon Ramsay and former England cricket captain Alec Stewart presented a trophy to the victors of a football tournament for people with mental health problems.
Get Moving and Dance!
Saturday 10 October is World Mental Health Day and Get Moving is holding a free dance festival in Regent's Park.