What we do
We unite: campaigners, practitioners, national organisations, businesses, people with lived experiences, funders, researchers, governments, and international bodies so that they can learn, collaborate and make greater progress together.
We incubate: Designing and setting up the initiatives that will make the most impact on global mental health and helping them to grow and ultimately flourish independently.
Our Key Activities
United for Global Mental Health is helping to drive an increase in political will and investment for mental health around the world. We provide advocacy, campaigning and financing support to global institutions, businesses, communities and individual change makers seeking greater action on global mental health.
People from 19 countries around the world have come together pledging to secure meaningful and urgent action from their governments, demanding they invest in mental health.
The Global Mental Health Action Network is a global joint advocacy, communications and learning coalition of nearly 1,000 representatives of governments, international organisations, NGOs, academia and the private sector.
On World Mental Health Day 2019, a new exhibition revealed the stark and powerful picture of potential that is lost across the world to people, families, communities, businesses and society due to neglected mental health and suicide. It also showed the potential of everything that can be found when people receive the support they need.
In April 2020, the Lancet Psychiatry, Mental Health Innovation Network, MHPSS.net and United for Global Mental Health set up a free series webinars designed to provide policy makers and the wider health community with the latest evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on mental health and how to address it.
We are delighted to have played our part in the formation of The Global Business Collaboration for Better Workplace Mental Health - the first business-led global collaboration of its kind focused on advocating and accelerating progress in workplace mental health.
In our Resource Library you can find all our latest reports, briefings and resources on global mental health.