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Stigma remains in Indonesia

May 26, 2019, YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia—Progress has been made in this nation of 264 million people but people with mental illness still often face discrimination and isolation because of stigma, due in large part to limited understanding of mental disorders that’s created a climate hostile to people who display unusual behavior.

UK mental health spending up

May 14, 2019, LONDON, United Kingdom —Mental health spending varies greatly across England, with a nearly twofold difference across the country, mental health charity Mind found in a survey. The charity said the differences could affect the quality of care, but said spending overall was rising everywhere.

Ireland prisons last resort

May 14, 2019, BELFAST, Northern Ireland —Northern Ireland’s prisons are being used as a last resort

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