This infographic highlights actions recommended by the Lancet Commission on global mental health and sustainable development.
This briefing paper provides a summary of the (emerging) body of evidence on two topics: the impact of Covid-19 on peoples’ mental health and wellbeing; and, conversely, the projected impact of mental health on the efficacy of Covid-19 prevention, treatment and control measures.
A MHIN summary for the systematic review entitled 'Psychological Treatments for the World: Lessons from Low- and Middle-Income Countries' (Singla et al., 2017).
Systematic review drawing together primary research on the process of implementing MHPSS programmes, their receipt by affected populations, and their intended and unintended effects.
A systematic review on interventions for adult post-traumatic stress disorder in people living with HIV from resource-poor settings.
This report summarizes learnings from HBGI’s Call for Expressions of Interest. It showcases 51 programs, from across the globe, demonstrating how each could be contracted to be paid on achieving outcomes.
This report aims to support organizations and services looking to integrate lived experience in their work by outlining why you should integrate lived experience, how to do it effectively (including examples of what HBGI does well and has learned from), and reflections on the tangible impact lived experience has had on HBGI.
Lancet-World Pyschiatric Association Commission report on Time for united action on depression
The Lancet Commission on ending stigma and discrimination in mental health launched its report on World Mental Health Day
World Health Organization Guidelines on Mental Health at Work and accompanying policy brief in collaboration with International Labour Organization
A report summary of proceedings, recommendations and best practices in the fields of MHPSS and Education in Emergencies.
PPE For Your Mind is specifically made to help make mental health healthier for all frontline workers and first responders.
MHIN policy brief prepared for Human Rights Day 2018 observed every year on the 10th of December.
Outputs from the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit that took place between the 9th and 10th of October 2018 in London.