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A group of LIP members joined together to discuss and develop plans regarding the Royal Armouries access. From personal experience, members suggested a series of ways to better access to the building, such

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Together We Can members have been instrumental in the development of Leeds Recovery College from the beginning in 2015 right up to the successful launch in September 2019. TWC members are using their

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In January 2016 we were approached by Mandrill Media Ltd, a film company that had heard about Leeds Involving People members and the user involvement work that LIP facilitate with the NHS and

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In late 2015, our CEO Jagdeep Passan was approached by the NHS Confederation to write a blog regarding citizen engagement. He joins people like Andrew Ridley (Chair of the Community Network supported by

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Surviving or Thriving is a survey designed by the Together We Can (TWC) Membership, who have also worked to promote, share and encourage people across Leeds who use mental health services to engage

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In April 2017, LIP supported Leeds Adults and Health in holding a Your Health, Your Say conference which was promoted specifically to the BAME community. LIP helped to develop the agenda for the

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In mid-2016, LIP were asked to engage with women and their partners who had accessed pregnancy and maternity services in Leeds either during pregnancy or within a year after their child’s birth. The

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Zip was founded by LIP in 2012. Originally called the Dual Diagnosis Expert Reference Group, it set out to improve the support people get for mental health, drug and alcohol problems. At the

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In May 2019, we hosted four medical students from the University of Leeds, showing them various different sections of our organisations including how being a member of a group allows a person to

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Through October to December 2019 we spoke to over 60 women on behalf of Leeds City Council regarding issues that were important to them including finance, employment, education and language barriers. Our reports

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