Mental health in an unequal world

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Series 3, episode 4:

In this episode, we explore the 2021 World Mental Health Day theme, Mental Health in an Unequal World.

Tyra in London tells us what inequality means to her as a young person, how she and her peers are coping with the lifting of lockdown, and how she thinks society could better support young people overall.

31-year-old Freya in Edinburgh lives with ADHD and shares her experiences around access to mental health services and of growing up as the only person of colour at her school and how that impacted her mental health.

Lastly, we hear from Julie Cameron, who is Associate Director for the Mental Health Foundation in Scotland - Julie shares her expertise on the wider picture of equality and talks about how we can all contribute towards a fairer society.

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