Black Mental Health UK launches Top 30 list for 2012

Black Mental Health UKoriginally by: BMHUK
published: 28 Dec 2012

Human rights campaigns group Black Mental Health UK (BMH UK) has launched its Top 30 List of the leading lights working in this sector for 2012.

A must read for anyone working in this sector, as well as for those with an interest in civil liberties and social justice, this year’s listing showcases the top individuals and agencies that have done outstanding work in the arena of ethnicity and mental health in the past 12 months.

The work of BMH UK has ensured that concerns over the often unequal treatment and care of people from the UK’s African Caribbean communities, who come in contact with mental health services, continues to remain on the health and social care agenda.

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