Network seminar: Citizenship, Recovery, and Inclusive Society Partnership 27th September (CRISP)
Mental Health in All Policies – How to make progress in EU?
Date: Friday, September 27, 2019
Location: Lapinlahti hospital, Auditorium, Helsinki (Lapinlahdenpolku 8), Finland
It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the Citizenship, Recover, and Inclusive Society Partnership (CRISP) –network seminar Mental Health in All Policies – How to make progress in EU? on 27 September in Helsinki. The seminar is a side event of Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
The objective of the CRISP-network seminar is to discuss mental health in the light of the European Council conclusions on economy of wellbeing and Mental Health in All Policies. Furthermore, the aim is to formulate action on how to influence public policy in the European Union in order to make mental health more prominent in a range of policy sectors such as labour policies, social protection policies, and environment policies. The seminar is a side event of Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
We kindly ask you to register by Thursday, 19 September, via this link: https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/B540C1B1AFF30B97
We welcome you to share details of the event with any colleagues who might find it of interest.
The day will begin with a light breakfast at 9.00, while the programme starts at 9.30. Lunch will be provided for participants.
The seminar will take place in the Auditorium of Lapinlahden lähde which is a centre for culture and wellbeing, based in the old Lapinlahti Mental Hospital Helsinki. The street address is Lapinlahdenpolku 8, Helsinki.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to seeing you in the seminar!
Chairperson: Alviina Alametsä, Mental Health Consortium Finland
9.30 Citizenship, recovery and inclusive society partnership: Themes and successes, Neil Quinn, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
9.45 Mental health in the changing world of work, Jaana Vastamäki, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland, Comment: Tiina Hanhike, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, Finland
10.30 Mental health and environmental policy, Panu Pihkala, University of Helsinki, Finland, Comments: Saara Lilja-Rothsten, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Finland
12.15 Collective citizenship, Neil Quinn, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, Comment: Tytti Tuulos, Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland
13.20 Lessons learnt from the Joint Action on Mental Health and Wellbeing, Kristian Wahlbeck, MIELI Mental Health Finland
13.45 Coffee Break
14.15 Panel: Mental Health in All Policies – How to make progress in EU?
Chairperson: Meri Larivaara, MIELI Mental Health Finland
Panelists: Taru Koivisto, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland, Sirpa Pietikäinen, MEP, Marcin Rodzina, Mental Health Europe, others TBC
15.15 Closing remarks, Kristian Wahlbeck, MIELI Mental Health Finland