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Young Londoner needed to help with Thrive LDN radio documentary project
Thrive LDN is looking for a young Londoner to help narrate a 30 minute radio documentary about the health and wellbeing benefits of attending live music gigs or participating in live music in London. We are seeking a young Londoner aged...
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New report shows link between volunteering and higher wellbeing
A new report, Happy Days, has just been released by the data consultancy and social enterprise, Jump, that examines new data and larger sample sizes to understand the relationship between volunteering and wellbeing, and in particular the causal...
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Supporting Pride In London 2019
Last weekend saw the culmination of Pride In London, the UK’s biggest, most diverse Pride. Thrive LDN was delighted to support a variety of events across the weekend. On Friday 5th July, Thrive LDN visited Southwark Council\'s Tooley...
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Creativity and Wellbeing Week – participating in arts and creative activity can lead to happier, healthier lives
Thrive LDN partnered with London Arts in Health Forum for Creativity and Wellbeing Week, between 10-16 June. With over 200 events taking place across London, the aim of the week was to highlight the positive impact that participating in arts,...
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Over 100 instructors trained in Thrive LDN Youth MHFA in London Schools programme
Over 100 Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England instructors have now been trained as part of the first stage of the Thrive LDN Youth MHFA in London Schools programme, in partnership with MHFA England. This has more than doubled the...
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New partnership to support suicide prevention training in London’s schools and colleges
Suicide is the biggest killer of young people under 35 in the UK. Many more attempt or contemplate suicide, self-harm, and feel unable speak openly about how they are feeling. The case for prevention earlier in life is clear: on average, three...
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Thrive LDN publishes ‘Londoners Said…’ report summarising ideas and actions to improve mental health
Thrive LDN, the citywide movement to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners, has published Londoners Said… – a report summarising the findings of the 17 community conversations run in partnership with the Mental Health...
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London festival of culture announced to tackle mental health unfairness
London’s citywide movement to improve mental health, Thrive LDN, has announced it is organising a festival of cultural activity in London to coincide with World Mental Health Day (WMHD) on Wednesday, 10 October 2018. In partnership...
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Citywide campaign launched to tackle mental health unfairness
Thrive LDN’s Are we OK London? campaign returns for second year focusing on how poor mental health is more prominent in some groups of society than others.  Thrive LDN will offer a platform to amplify unheard voices and enable Londoners to...
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