Posts tagged: Sociopolitical

Flawed Logic: Why Policy Makers are Sold on Early Intervention

by Naomi Eisenstadt CB, Independent Advisor on Poverty and Inequality at Scottish Government, and Senior Research Fellow at University of Oxford. For perhaps the last twenty years, policy makers have increasingly shown interest in early intervention. Most influential in this movement has been the work of Graham Allen MP. His first report, Early Intervention: the next… Read more »

Rethinking Mental Health by Re-prioritising All Our Welfare

by Peter Beresford OBE There is now widespread concern in the UK that mental health policy is in long-term crisis. It has been given low political priority and been grossly under-funded for many years. While policymakers have committed themselves to achieving ‘parity’ between physical and mental health services, there are few if any convincing signs… Read more »