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Health researcher Dr Lynne Friedli joined us in April in Govan, Glasgow for a highly stimulating evening. This presentation, and the following discussion, is now available to download and stream, along with Lynne’s slides and bibliography.

Lynne Friedli is author of a report for World Health Organisation Europe on Mental health, resilience and inequality http://www.euro.who.int/document/e92227.pdf and has contributed to the forthcoming WHO Europe Strategy on Mental Health..

Lynne is interested in current debates about the politics of ‘assets based approaches’ and the psychologising of public health, and is currently researching the use of psychological approaches in workfare and other employment programmes.

Part one: Lynne Friedli talk- ‘It’s a Hearts and Minds Thing’: Mental Health and the Psychologising of Social Justice in Scotland’

 

Centre for Human Ecology · Lynne Friedli on psychologising of social justice in Scotland, part 1

 

 

Part two: roundtable discussion with Lynne Friedli and participants (headphones or quality speakers recommended)

 

Centre for Human Ecology · Lynne Friedli on psychologising of social justice in Scotland, part 2

 

 

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