2020 has drastically altered our daily lives and as an activist it’s easy to put your mental health and wellbeing on the back burner, while you get on with other hugely pressing priorities. On top of this, LGBTI activists can suffer from particular mental health stresses that stream from discrimination, LGBTIphobia, and the uphill battle that working to secure our rights and equality can be. To mark World Mental Health Day, this blog brings you some tools to help you cope with challenges that come your way.
We, a coalition of European networks of NGOs, urge the national governments to move towards swift transposition after the 13th June meeting of the EPSCO Council.
The World Health Assembly approved the newest update to the International Classification of Diseases, which depsychopathologises trans and gender diverse people.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced yesterday (18 June 2018) the completion of the ICD-11 and deleted all trans-related categories from the ICD Chapter on Mental and Behavioural Disorders.
Thank you to Seta for sharing your good practices with us!
Join our conversation as ILGA-Europe come out for mental health!
MEPs voted to adopt a report containing recommendations relevant to the mental health of LGBTI people.
Mental health is everyone’s concern. It is central to all our lives and impacts our well-being, our work, our societies, our families and our economies.
A new EU co-funded pilot project on reducing health inequalities experienced by LGBTI+ people will be launched in May 2016.
On World Health Day 2016, our organisations are joining together to call for greater support for the well-being and mental health of LGBTI people.