People with mental health conditions can live full lives. For many millions though, confronted with poverty, conflict and neglect, life is misery. It’s time people with mental health issues were seen, heard and valued.
Explore the stories of real people facing mental health challenges. See how they live, hear their voices, visit In My World.
In My World began in a prison cell in South Sudan. Robin Hammond recalls the heartbreak and the conflict that inspired a campaign.Explore Stories
They trusted care homes with their relatives lives. The care stopped. Dozens died.Explore Stories
The Rohingya of Myanmar have been forced from their homes. Thousands were killed, wounded, raped. None have peace.Explore Stories
They risked their lives to get to Europe. They thought they had escaped the trauma & would find peace, a future, a home. They were wrong.Explore Stories
In Ghana, where treatment is rare, Prayer camps promise to lift the ‘curse’ of mental illness. For years patients can wait in chains. All the while, their demons remain.Explore Stories
Rehabilitation cannot take place behind the high walls of an institution. Only in liberty can one find true healing, peace, love.Explore Stories
For the very poor, mental health support hardly exists. With no access to counselling, medicine or professional care, all they have is faith.Explore Stories
Peace is not found by escaping war. Hopes have been left behind, trauma has followed, and tension for refugees seeking new lives in overcrowded camps, is suffocating.Explore Stories
In cells with no space and prisons with no peace, the future holds little hope. Despite overcrowding, inmates feel alone.Explore Stories
War shreds the fabric of society. As armies crush homes and hope, those with health and resources flee. But not all can. In the chaos, the most vulnerable are left behind.Explore Stories