BMH UK launch National Taser Survey for Britain’s African Caribbean communities

Human rights campaigns group  Black Mental Health UK (BMH UK) has launched a National Taser survey for black Britain, which has been circulated to over 100 black led and run agencies around the country that support or work with people from the UKs African Caribbean communities.

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BMH UK’s calls for ban of Taser against detained patients on locked psychiatric wards to be debated in parliament

Calls by human rights campaigns group, Black Mental Health UK  (BMH UK )for a ban on the use of Taser firearms against people detained on locked psychiatric wards, will be among amendments debated on the second day of report stage of the Policing and Crime Bill  in the House of Commons on Monday 13th June […]

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Diabetes UK is calling for Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Community Champions throughout Britain.

Diabetes UK the charity that campaigns on behalf of people living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes recently  started a nationwide recruitment drive to appoint 1000, yes one thousand Community Champions from the Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community in Britain. There are not many of these ethnic groups involved in engaging with others about diabetes and […]

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BMH UK position paper on State violence against black Britons presented to the United Nations

The inquiry abuse of black Briton was among the issues raised in a position paper that human rights campaigns group Black Mental Health UK (BMH UK) presented to members of the 18th session of the United Nations Working Group of Experts on people of African Descent (WGPAD), at the Palais de Nations in Switzerland.

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Black Mental Health UK say Equalities Commission new inquiry into deaths in mental health settings must end preventable fatalities

Human rights campaigns group, Black Mental Health UK (BMH UK) has welcomed today’s announcement by the Equalities and Human Rights commission of a year- long inquiry into the non-natural deaths of adults with mental health conditions detained by thestate and say this must lead to an end in preventable fatalities.

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