Coping well during Covid: BAME wellbeing webinar

This webinar created by Thrive LDN considers the challenges Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities face and some techniques and strategies to support wellbeing now and as lockdown restrictions ease.

Emily Gardner is joined by David Truswell, chair of the Dementia Alliance for Culture and Ethnicity. David has worked in community based mental health services in the UK for over thirty years and has been a great advocate for people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. He has a rich history and understanding of how mental health has and does impact different minority communities. 

Click here for the 59 minute documentary by Mr Harewood on why people of colour (BAME) are disproportionately affected by Covid-19. It is important to reflect on why there are differences in rates and how we shape policies going forward.

BAME Mental Health Webinar - 2021

The below webinar from a collaboration with MIND discusses the barriers to access for BAME individuals and how we can address unmet needs. In addition, there's a discussion on how people with mental illnesses that have a similar prevalence in all races are treated differently due to their background. The event was held by the Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality and the Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG for a discussion on mental health within the BAME community.

BAME Seminar: 'No one can see me cry'

The Centre for Global Higher Education have run a seminar called: 'No one can see me cry - understanding mental health issues for BAME academics, staff and those in higher education'.

Here is a list of wellbeing resources aimed at BAME individuals, but available to all to have a look.

BAME Support

Updated on: 21/04/2022