World Mental Health Day 2021

World Mental Health Day 2021

World mental health day 2021 is an opportunity to raise awareness about mental health. We must take mental health seriously and work towards a world where everyone can access mental health services. Unfortunately, mental health care is a hugely underfunded field, and in some countries, such as France and New Zealand, access is not even guaranteed. For these reasons, the WFMH decided to take action on a global scale.

'Mental health in an unequal world.'

World Mental Health Day in 2021 is "Mental health in an unequal world." The theme highlights the challenges facing people around the world. We live in a highly unequal world, and this inequality raises the risks of mental illness and limits access to mental health care. Inequality is increasing as the gap between the rich and the poor widens. While the wealth of the rich is increasing, the gap between the poor and the middle class is widening. The income share of the top 10 percent is increasing. This means that the poor continue to live a life of hardship and disadvantage.

Systemic inequalities in the world impact mental health outcomes for billions of people. For example, race, sexual orientation, and gender identity have detrimental effects on mental health. As a result, we must find ways to eliminate these barriers to mental health care and improve access to mental health care.

'Mental health care for all: let's make it a reality.'

Mental health care is a human right and should be available to everyone. Mental health care should be integrated with social care in community settings. Research and evidence are essential to improve care. World Mental Health Day is an important reminder to check our mental health. This day also gives us an excuse to reach out and help others.

To help promote better mental health, the WHO has re-launched its global campaign with a new series of educational materials on mental health support. The WHO hopes to leverage renewed energy among government leaders to make quality mental health care a reality. The day will be an opportunity for government leaders, civil society organizations, and many others to take action to make this goal a reality.

'Dialog+' intervention in schools during COVID-19 pandemic

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has led to a new appreciation for public schools. Many parents recognize schools as caregivers because many schools are closed, and parents are forced to work with their children from home. They have also become more appreciative of teachers' skills and their role in students' well-being. Now, decision-makers must find ways to make schools more responsive to their communities' and students' needs.

This pandemic has forced hundreds of millions of children to miss school and face a world of educational inequities. As a result, this pandemic may set the stage for leapfrogging in education. The Covid Dialogues webinar will share policy-relevant evidence on education access, parental engagement, and girls' education in these times.

'ReSHaPe' trial

The World Federation for Mental Health and the World Health Organization has declared October 10th to be World Mental Health Day. The day is meant to spread awareness about mental illness and its treatment. It also marks the importance of advocating for better mental health resources. Mental health resources are limited in most low-income countries.

This trial aims to increase the number of people who recognize the symptoms of mental illness and seek help. It has been designed in response to the National Health and Morbidity Survey in Malaysia, which found a high incidence of mental health problems among low-income communities.

Social media campaigns to promote mental health

Social media is one of the best ways to raise awareness about mental health. By sharing inspiring stories, you can reach a wide audience and spread awareness about this important issue. You can use popular social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to create an effective campaign.

One such social media campaign was launched by BrainsWay Ltd., a global leader in noninvasive treatments for brain disorders. The campaign encouraged people to share photos of cherished moments in their lives and affirm their hope that those moments will continue.