Londoners said: an analysis of the ThriveLDN community conversations

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Goldie, Isabella
Mental Health Foundation
Date of publication
6 December 2018
Mental health services, Community Development and Regeneration, Children and Young People
Social welfare
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When the Mayor of London launched Thrive LDN in July 2017 a new relationship with Londoners about supporting happier and healthier communities began. Since then an important part of that dialogue has taken place through 17 community conversations in half of all the boroughs in London. Over 1,000 Londoners have attended in person to share experiences of local challenges, current work and the evidence about what works in terms of supporting thriving communities. This report distils those thousands of conversations with Londoners about how to improve mental health in the city.

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