Monday 19 June 2017, 12.30-5pm – Liverpool Irish Centre (formerly the St Michaels Irish Centre), 6 Boundary Lane, Liverpool, L6 5JG.
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust and the Anthony Walker Foundation are running two joint events.
Hate Crime – Why it matters, how it affects communities and what can be done to combat it
This awareness session will enable attendees to look at the key issue’s related to hate crime and what support is available from the Anthony Walker Foundation and other community networks across Liverpool.
NHS Equality Delivery System
This session will look at what work Mersey Care has undertaken to improve its services to individuals and communities. It will provide information on the trust’s key priorities:
- Physical wellbeing
- Suicide prevention
- Restrictive intervention and the ‘No Force First’ strategy
The session is open to any individuals or organisations concerned with or affected by Hate Crime and/or Mental Health and wellbeing.
To book your place, call 0151 471 2496 or email email@example.com.Back to calendar