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Q: explain how to challenge discrimination in school
A: Discrimination is complex and deep-rooted and challenging. [ Fighting it is not a simple task. Evidence has suggested that the best approach is to combine: the enforcement of legal rights work to engage the public, and grassroots projects that bring people with and without mental health problems together. As Sussex Partnership we can change public attitudes and behaviour around mental health
by: Involving people with direct experience of mental health problems in all of our work Linking in with national programmes such as Time to Change Using our size and strength through membership, to send out clear, consistent messages Monitoring and evaluating all our work We believe we can really challenge stigma and discrimination, working alongside the national Time to Change campaign, through Time to Change in Sussex and through our Writenow campaign. Here are some of the national programmes linked to Time to Change: Targeted training programmes that educate people and change their attitudes and behaviour in specific settings ? for example our Education Not Discrimination programme that provides training for student doctors and teachers Empowering people with direct experience of mental health problems to challenge stigma and discrimination themselves ? through Open Up Creating opportunities for people with and without mental health problems to meet, which has been proven to break down stigma by helping people understand mental health problems better (see our information on social contact). Enforcing the legal rights of people with mental health problems through the law ? through Time to Challenge By combining all these activities, we believe that over four years we can make a real difference. ]
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