Ten years of saving lives: how Bangladesh’s first suicide prevention helpline proved naysayers wrong
When Yeshim Iqbal started Kaan Pete Roi 10 years ago, a suicide prevention helpline was an unheard-of idea in Bangladesh. Today, it is a case study on how to run a powerful, volunteer-driven platform in a resource-constrained setting.
A chance to strengthen the foundations of independent mental health journalism rooted in the global south.
In a first, Sanity is partnering Mariwala Health Initiative to tell powerful stories on tackling one of the biggest public health crises of our time.
Anti-stigma campaigns suck away oxygen from a far more urgent cause: ending discrimination.
Equating hate and bigotry with mental illness violates the humanity of people who live with mental illness.
Unfortunately, there is no diagnosis that can outlaw injustice.
In March alone, three alarming cybersecurity incidents have been reported in mental health organisations across the world.
Disturbing application of user data by a popular mental health helpline shocked the world. We must push back.
Prioritising wellbeing isn’t the soothing, candle-lit, rose-petaled bath we might picture it to be.