Equal Vision have been engaging communities in its work for over 15 years. Our two programmes, youth research and policy and health and wellbeing, are driven by the needs articulated by people with lived experience of the challenges we seek to address. We believe solutions are better achieved when centring the voices, experiences, and expertise of those with lived experience closer to decision-making.

Poverty is not just a lack of money; it is not having the capability to realize one’s full potential as a human being
Amartya Sen

Current projects

Addressing the Root Causes of Mental Ill-health

Equal Vision recently completed phase 1 of its ARC project, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. This is a youth led research project seeking to turn off the tap in young people’s mental health challenges, and provide young participants with invaluable life skills. Find out more on our Research and Policy page.

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Children from the poorest 20% of households are four times as likely to have serious mental health difficulties by the age of 11 as those from the wealthiest
Morrison Gutman, 2015

The cost of liberty is less than the price of repression
WEB DuBois