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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

 

Social Inclusion


For many people with mental health problems and those with Learning Disabilities, social exclusion is an objective reality and is reflected in their own subjective experience of their daily lives.

The Royal College of Psychiatrists has consistently highlighted the importance of social inclusion for people with mental health problems and Learning Disabilities.

The College’s aspiration is borrowed from the Equalities Review: that we wish “to live in a society which provides for each individual to realise his or her own potential to the fullest”.  This aspiration can inform our view of approaches to mental health services in the twenty-first century.

We published findings from a past Social Inclusion Scoping Group: Social Inclusion and Mental Health.

The Royal College lead for Social Inclusion is Dr Jed Boardman.

The Policy Unit's main areas of work on Social Inclusion are:

Other areas of work linked to Social Inclusion are:

For further information please contact Masood Khan

 

May 2017

 

 

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