This is BMH UK’s fourth edition of this online digital magazine entitled The Solution Magazine , which marks the victories that have been achieved in the Protection of Freedoms Bill, in ending the criminalisation of the innocent through police retention of innocent DNA.
Packed full of exclusives, this May/June edition includes a feature from expert in the field of genetics, Dr Helen Wallace into what the changes in the law will mean for the future.
The new chair of the DNA strategy board, Amanda Cooper, gives an insight into how changes in the management of the DNA database will be rolled out. A feature on the new Forensic Genetics Policy Initiative gives an international perspective on DNA databases around the world.
An exclusive interview with consultant psychiatrist Dr Dele Olajide, shines a light on the opportunities for professionals and services users, from the community, to be able to transform mental health services from within.
Also the Care Quality Commission signposts those in the system who need help, to the support that they offer. Our new campaigns page gives the low down on the latest health, human rights and social justice issues.
Exciting new food writer, Chris De La Rosa shares his passion of spreading the culinary traditions of the Caribbean with recipes guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds. Our ‘Voice of the voiceless’ section showcases the work of inspirational poets Angella Corinna and Jeremy Grant on the journey to recovery.
Matilda MacAttram editor in chief of BMH UK’s The Solution Magazine said: ‘BMH UK’s fourth edition of The Solution magazine gives insights on the latest development on mental health and social justice issues affecting black Britain that you will not find anywhere else.
Home Office Minister James Brokenshire MPs update on how changes to the law will protect those detained in police custody under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act from being criminalised by the DNA database is a must read for anyone working in this sector.
Our exclusive feature with Dr Helen Wallace of GeneWatch UK gives an insight into what the changes in the Protection and Freedoms Bill will mean for those profiled on the DNA database.
Getting the inside steer from consultant psychiatrist Dr Dele Olajide on how to transform mental health services from within opens door of influence into this sector that those outside the profession hardly know about.
A must read for anyone in the sector, BMH UK’s The Solution magazine gives you the low down on what matter most to Briton’s black communities.’