In 2016, law firm Linklaters held two seminars for employees on the topic of suicide. The first seminar was held in October and featured Michael Mansfield QC and Yvette Greenway, founders of Silence of Suicide (SOS). The couple set up the organisation following the deaths by suicide of Mansfield’s daughter and a friend of Greenway’s, with the aim of breaking down the stigma around suicide and enabling people to talk openly talk about it. Jenny Lloyd, diversity and wellbeing advisor at Linklaters, says: “The focus of that session was really to start the conversation on suicide. They reminded us that it is still quite a taboo subject and it’s not one that a lot of people are touching on.”https://www.employeebenefits.co.uk/issues/may-2017/linklaters-raises-awareness-of-suicide-through-workplace-seminars/#new_tab
In the Media
Links to media articles about CMHA or where CMHA has been mentioned.
Emma Jacobs quotes Poppy and other CMHA membershttps://www.ft.com/content/4dd5c58a-439d-11e6-9b66-0712b3873ae1#new_tab
CMHA Programme Director, Poppy Jaman and Emma Mamo from Mind are quoted in this special reporthttp://raconteur.net/business/mental-illness-is-too-serious-to-be-taboo#new_tab
Jeffrey Mountevans, The Lord Mayor of London writes for City A.M.http://www.cityam.com/241070/the-city-needs-to-talk-about-mental-health-to-combat-this-silent-plague