Global Alliance of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks-Europe
We are a patient-driven pan-European organisation, representing the interests of persons affected by mental illness and advocates for their rights. Our main objectives are: advocacy, information and education, anti-stigma and discrimination, patients’ rights, co-operation, partnerships and capacity building.
Latest News and Events
European Parliament Interest group meeting on Mental Health, Wellbeing and Brain Disorders held on 5 December 2018
‘A sustainable approach to depression: moving from words to actions’
Meeting of the European Parliament Interest group on Mental Health, Wellbeing and Brain Disorders held on 3 December 2018
New horizons for person-centred mental health research and care
‘Empowering people affected by mental ill health’
Empowerment of persons affected by mental ill health and their self-management of care and treatment – REPORT
Report now available
A project, co-funded by the #EU and @WHO, is set to break down the barriers against inclusion of people with mental disabilities in Turkey.
Three in four parents are unaware when their teens have recurrent thoughts about #suicide.
The mental health crisis increasingly appears to affect young people from wealthier countries.
Reclassifying schizophrenia as a brain disease would potentially unlock more research funding.
On 3 Dec and 5 Dec 2018, two IG meetings on #MentalHealth, Wellbeing and Brain Disorders were held at the #EP
Reports can be found here:
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On 3 Dec and 5 Dec 2018, two IG meetings on #MentalHealth, Wellbeing and Brain Disorders were held at the #EP— GAMIAN-Europe (@GamianE) January 4, 2019
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Teenage girls are twice as likely as boys to show depressive symptoms linked to social media use.