The GMHPN is raising funds towards its further development and sustainability - please support us by making a small donation and help us become a stronger collective voice for the human rights of persons with lived experience with mental health conditions across the world, and ensuring that we are at the centre of policy and action.
South Africa, Botswana, Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Togo, Uganda, Malawi, Zambia, Israel, India, China, Singapore, United Kingdom, Poland, Romania, Denmark, Germany, Australia, Samoa, New Zealand, United States of America, Brazil, Belize, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Who is the Global Mental Health Peer Network?
“Strengthening the voices of persons with lived experience globally through empowerment and inspiring respect and acknowledgement of their experiences, views and opinions as valued and equal citizens of the world”
Two principles are fundamental to the GMHPN:
- Working together with all stakeholders involved to affect the desired change
- The views, opinions and experiences of persons with lived experience reflect the change desired
- Create communities where persons with lived experience are valued as equal citizens of the world, free from stigma, discrimination, inequality and inequity
- Give a voice to the voiceless and create a platform where what persons with lived experience say and share, matters
- End isolation from the world and connect mental health care user groups and movements globally to form a community of experts by experience and who are empowered to self-advocate and advocate on a broader and global scale