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Authorities in Pakistan are refusing to allow access for an independent medical assessment of a British man sentenced to death earlier this year on blasphemy charges.
A Briton imprisoned in the Democratic Republic of Congo has received a life sentence for the murder of his friend and cellmate despite reports that the death was a suicide.
Lawyers for Mohammed Asghar, a British man with severe mental health problems sentenced to death in Pakistan on blasphemy charges, finally gained access to their client yesterday (28 January).
The Government must urgently act to protect an elderly, British man with severe mental health problems sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan, says Reprieve.
Young soldiers from disadvantaged backgrounds are much more likely to return from war with mental health problems, says a new report from ForcesWatch.
The Government should not be so quick to issue statements expressing its pride at the 'progress' it has made ahead of World Mental health Day.
Ahead of World Mental Health Day on 10 October, Survival International has revealed shocking new suicide figures afflicting the Guarani tribe in Brazil.
A Justice Forum on welfare and benefit reform, the first of a series organised by the Diocese of Oxford,took place today (23 May) at the Wesley Memorial Church in Oxford.
The Green Party of England and Wales conference has condemned cuts to mental health services, warning that they are causing huge damage.
The times in which the powerful and the comfortable could decide what is best for lives about which they have little comprehension are passing. Our family saying for this condition was 'VWTGTC'. It stood for 'vicar's wife taking gruel to cottagers'.