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New UN data suggests female genital mutilation (FGM) will take centuries to eradicate - and countries will fail to meet promises to end it by 2030.
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By 2050, it's estimated 68% of the global population will live in urban areas, causing a rise in mental and physical health problems. But there are ways to lessen the effects.
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The actress tells her personal story to help break the stigma surrounding mental health issues, especially in India.
The global movement to tackle the mental health crisis gained significant momentum in 2019. But what's needed in 2020?
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Read an extract from behavioural neuroscientist and recovering addict Judith Grisel's book, Never Enough.
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It's a common misconception that countries with individualistic societies will have more people who describe themselves as lonely.
Grace Gatera prepares to speak about how young people will change attitudes on mental health at Davos, 26 years after experiencing the Rwandan genocide.