- — Naomi Sumner (@naomisumner)Wed, Nov 22 2017 09:57:28
- — Lankelly Chase (@LankellyChase)Tue, Nov 21 2017 16:50:15
- — Richard Pemberton (@socratext)Fri, Nov 24 2017 09:55:05With a strategic award of £1,245,000, the Synergi Collaborative Centre will deliver a five-year national programme, focused on working towards the transformation of health services for ethnic minority people with severe mental illness. #SynergiLaunch https://twitter.com/Shrink_at_Large/status/933816180929912832 …
- — Know My Mind (@Knowmymind1)Wed, Nov 22 2017 18:42:42
- — Sam Thomas (@iamsamthomas)Wed, Nov 22 2017 18:43:21Stark, brutal theatre piece about black experiences of mental ill health and poverty at #SynergiLaunch. A jolt after a day watching the circus elsewhere in town.
- — Sarah Hughes (@_Sarah_Hughes_)Wed, Nov 22 2017 18:30:36
- — Katharine SacksJones (@KatharineSJ)Wed, Nov 22 2017 18:43:15So pleased to be at launch of this important initiative- to tackle ethnic inequalities & multiple disadvantage @SynergiCC https://twitter.com/lankellychase/status/933399615222747137 …
- — Malik Gul (@MalikGul)Wed, Nov 22 2017 21:12:19
Launch of the Synergi Collaborative Centre @ Rivington Place on Wednesday 22 November 2017
The Synergi Collaborative Centre, a five year national initiative funded by the Lankelly Chase Foundation to reframe, rethink and transform the realities of ethnic inequalities in severe mental illness and multiple disadvantage, used creative disruption at its launch at Rivington Place, Shoreditch.