Posts Tagged ‘Greece

02
Sep
09

On air: Why aren’t we doing more about depression?

handsThere’s a major mental health summit taking place in Greece at the moment (you may have heard my colleague Pascale Harter reporting from there), and there are some stark statistics coming out of it. About 800,000 people commit suicide every year, and 86 per cent of them are from low- and middle-income countries. Yet, the WHO points out, in the developing world 2% of national health budgets are spent on mental healthcare. Continue reading ‘On air: Why aren’t we doing more about depression?’

10
Dec
08

On air: Greece is the word

Four days of violence and protests ┬ámay well bring an unpopular government down in a seemingly untroubled part of the EU. Today a general strike has been called to “up the ante”.

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24
Jan
08

Is insanity an excuse for murder?

Hello. doorART Mark in San Francisco (does your Mum call you that?), Kimberley in Philadelphia, Stephanie in Portland, Sean in China, and Josh in New York – thanks for signing up to the Daily Email.
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