Walking together in the name of social justice

Benefits System

This report examines the impact of the government’s austerity programme on local government, with evidence from national data and local case studies. The most deprived areas have...

Food Poverty

Life Stories is based on the PSE UK qualitative research into ‘Understanding experiences of low income during recession’. Sixty-two video testimonies were collected during 2012-...

Homelessness

Raw and uncut footage of the mental health struggles of a 24 year old female. On the 8th Sept 2014 she was placed into emergency accommodation. These were her thoughts that night...
Jul
21
Food bank queue

I’ve been helping to organise #walkthetalk2015 for some time, and a recent conversation with some fellow walkers made me think about how the walk might be interpreted or portrayed. There is no doubt that food banks and homeless shelters provide vital support and almost always need more help to continue to provide these services to those in need… and if we highlight that then that’s absolutely worthwhile. However, there it is the wider concern of how people increasingly need to turn to such services, which is at the heart of my support for the walk.

May
20

#walkthetalk2015 is an idea that has been brewing for some time; I was starting to become more and more aware of people saying that psychologists needed to stand up and speak out more, particularly at a political level. Many psychologists do speak out, but I think we often tread a fine line when trying to be clear about whom we are representing when we speak out.

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Want a quick summary of what #walkthetalk2015 is all about or want to tell others? Grab our leaflet that tell you about the causes, the walk, and places you can meet us along the way.

Values

There is a momentum growing amongst psychologists who are pressing for social inequalities to be addressed. Here is a statement produced by clinical & health psychologists, calling on policy makers to address the impact social inequalities have on mental health...

The Walk

100 miles - BPS Leicester to BPS London
5 days - 17th to 21st August 2015

3 causes - The benefits system / homelessness / Food poverty

Join us to walk from Leicester to London to raise awareness of social policies that are leading to psychological distress.

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