Congratulations to our trustee Dr Senathirajah Ariyaratnam who has been awarded declared National Teaching Fellow for “outstanding” work at this year’s Advance HE Teaching Excellence Awards for Higher Education w.staffnet.manchester.ac.uk/news/display/?id=24708
The Theory of Change (“ToC”) was developed in the 1960s as an approach to planning, monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment to ensure that the marginalised voices are included in developing the vision and that change happens through the lens of the end beneficiaries. ToC is a form of “critical theory” that results in an agreed […]
The All Parliamentary Mental Health Summit 2020 was jointly organized by Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Developmental Goals, Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL) and the University of Manchester and held at the Aiwan-e-Sadar and Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Services, Islamabad. The summit was the first such mental health event to be held in […]
Qoumi Aman Committee on Interfaith Harmony recognized the services of Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL) and Manchester Global foundation (MGF) by awarding gold medals to the team for serving exceptionally well in the field of Treatment and Prevention of Substance Use Disorders.
The 10th edition of the Culture and International Mental Health Conference (CIMH) will take place on Wednesday 18th November 2020. The conference is organised by the Global Mental Health and Cultural Psychiatry Research Group, in affiliation with the University of Manchester and Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust. The central themes of the conference will be “Turning the World Upside […]
In its mission to end global health inequalities, MGF is proactively building collaborations and relationships where there is need for capacity and capability building, and is seeking out potential development opportunities. As part of this effort, one of our consultants, Alan Lo, has visited Guangzhou Psychiatric Hospital and Jiangmen Third People’s Hospital China to better […]
As part of the ongoing collaboration with the Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL), MGF will support the PILL in running a Certificate in the Management of Substance Use Disorder in Lahore, Pakistan. Alcohol and drugs contribute to the global burden of disease, yet there is a huge gap in training and research and capacity and […]
The Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL) in collaboration with Manchester Global Foundation (MGF), organised the 5th Global Mental Health Research Capacity and Capability Building Programme in Sharjah, UAE.
As part of MGF’s charitable engagement, our Director Ms. Rakhshi Memon recently visited Pakistan to conduct a series of workshops and group discussions with researchers of Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning (PILL) on process mapping, researchers culture protocol, YCMAP ToC, zero suicide – can suicide be a never event?, and good governance. During her visit to Pakistan, she […]