Tonight, writer and activist Natasha Devon MBE shall be coming to Harrow to talk about 'social ideals, identity and mental health’ to the Diversity Society.
Ms Devon tours schools and colleges throughout the UK, delivering talks as well as conducting research on mental health, body image, and gender and social equality. She campaigns both online and offline to make the world a fairer place. Her current projects are the Mental Health Charter and Where’s Your Head At?, which aims to change the law to protect the mental health of British workers.
The aim of tonight's talk is to generate a greater understanding of mental health in the context of culture, community and communication. All boys are greatly encouraged to attend, especially those interested in psychology, philosophy and diversity.
Homepage image: The cast of a recent production of The Laramie Project thank the crew at the curtain call. The Laramie Project draws on interviews with residents of a Wyoming town following the brutal murder of a gay student to paint a portrait of a town coming to terms with its collective grief and guilt.