Prioritising Mental Health

Politics matters. And it is politicians who need to work towards change.

And giving mental health the importance it deserves, in electoral pledges, and eventually, in government policy — is a game-changer.

A similar sentiment was expressed by former Nationalist Party official Mario Galea addressing a Labour Party event on mental health: “I am here, at the end of the day, at a political party conference because it is the politicians who need to make a difference for the thousands of people who are going through problems of mental health,” he said.

On theDailySpot #24 we analysed this issue and the mental health-related proposals in the PL manifesto.

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