'campaigns and policy' blog posts:
22 Nov 2013
YoungMinds new ambassadors
YoungMinds is pleased to announce three new ambassadors to support our new campaign YoungMinds versus:- Saffron Worrell, Kenya Fantie and Eden Snell.
12 Nov 2013
The Lobbying Bill: An update
The Lobbying Bill is currently progressing through Parliament and, if it becomes law, will introduce new rules that will make it almost impossible for campaign groups, charities and others to campaign in the way they currently do during the year before an
22 Oct 2013
MPs to Debate Mental Health Inpatient Services in a special debate
On Wednesday 23rd October MP Alan Johnson has called a debate in the House of Commons on inpatient mental health services for children and adolescents.
18 Oct 2013
CAMHS Inpatient Services: Let us know your views!
YoungMinds wants to hear your views on Children and Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient Services. Next Wednesday (23rd October) there will be a debate in the House of Commons and we will be passing on your views to MPs.
16 Oct 2013
Getting involved with our campaign
Our new youth engagement manager Laurie Oliva explains more about our new campaign.
19 Jun 2013
YM launches mass movement for change
YoungMinds chief executive Sarah Brennan launches the charity's most ambitious campaign to date kick-starting a mass movement for change that will improve the mental health of children and young people.
19 Mar 2013
Celebrating the end of YoungMinds VIK project as the work continues
The VIK project has come to a close with the end of a Lottery funded grant but young people remain central to all that we do at YoungMinds.
21 Feb 2013
Government responds to children's health outcomes forum
The Government has responded to the report by the Children and Young People's Health Outcomes Forum
29 Oct 2012
Ed Miliband speech: YoungMinds reaction
YoungMinds Chief Executive Sarah Brennan today went to hear Ed Milliband's speech on mental health
20 Sep 2012
Pupil Premium must not be a missed opportunity
OFSTED is reporting that just 10% of schools feel that the Pupil Premium is having a 'significant' impact.