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Get Out & Vote!

May 17 @ 12 h 00 min - 13 h 00 min


Mental Health Europe is hosting the 5th edition of the European Mental Health Week between 13-19 May 2024, under the theme “Better Together: Co-creating the Future of Mental Health”.

According to the last Eurobarometer survey, 89% of European citizens consider mental health as important as physical health. Co-creation is a collaborative approach involving all
actors in mental health working together on an equal basis to develop and implement policies, services, programmes, and communication that foster positive mental health according to a psychosocial model and human rights-based approach.

Mental Health Europe calls for co-creation as a path of transformation, moving away from systems where non-participation and tokenism are the norms, towards one which is based on collaboration, partnership, and true understanding of needs. Co-creation – applied in policies, practices, research and communication- has the potential to bring us closer to our vision of societies that promote positive mental health for all, intervene early when problems develop, and provides accessible, comprehensive and community-based mental health services for those who need them. Therefore, if we want to have an EU that acts for what matters to those residing in Europe, it is essential to co-create the future together and go to vote, to ensure we have a say in the building the society we want. This year’s EMHW is in line with the EU Elections, which will be taking place in June 2024. As part of the week, we will be organising an LinkedIn event focusing on mental health and co-creation in view of the upcoming European elections in 2024.

Mental Health Europe will be joined by The European Parliament Partnership Team and The Good Lobby

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May 17
12 h 00 min - 13 h 00 min
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