Limited Together for Mental Health film preview screenings

Ghana and Indonesia are two countries with continuing problems of human rights violation against people living with mental illnesses. Can mental health professionals and traditional and faith-based healers collaborate to prevent such abuse and provide humane care?

We share stories of these collaborations through two films made in Ghana and Indonesia, before their official premières. The films were made through Together for Mental Health, a visual research project with Middlesex University, Universitas Gadjah Mada, University of Ghana, and King’s College London funded by the UK Global Challenges Research Fund (ESRC).

REGISTER (FREE) AND JOIN THE LIMITED PREVIEW SCREENINGS OF BOTH ETHNOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTARIES FOLLOWED BY DISCUSSION ON THE 14TH JULY 2021

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Premiere of three Together for Mental Health Participatory videos in Indonesia

The three winning participatory videos at the Projiwa Festival organized at Atma Jaya University in collaboration with UGM and Middlesex University as part of Together for Mental Health project have just been launched during an online Premiere with over 200 participants. 

Here the first prize winner’s film!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtBfRAudXZcpnPCBRRrW4xA

To watch all the other participatory videos, subscribe to our Youtube channel where we will be releasing also the other 8 films in the next few weeks, enjoy and share!

T4MH Team