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Tue, Apr 30 2019

Mental health at the workplace and how it affects our capacity to be productive,

Gurugram, Haryana, India Gurugram, Haryana, India
2 Sponsors Confirmed
Wework
Youth Ki Awaaz

  • About the event

    The event will essentially be a speaker session followed by a stand up act focused on highlighting the importance of mindfulness and mental health and well-being in a corporate setup. The idea is to provide a light, informal and intimate setting where people can listen, understand and relate to the content.

    Why should you sponsor?

    We believe that our event would address a very important and pertinent issue through a different approach and would encourage both employers and employees to become slightly more mindful of the day to day areas which might have an impact on the mind and be areas which trigger stress/anxiety etc. 

    As a sponsor you would:

    1. Be able to strengthen your Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative by associating with an important cause
    2. Establish a pan-India reach through event social media branding, affiliation and other promotional materials
    3. Be able to interact with youth - India's largest demographic 
    4. The support would also lead to enabling the audience to connect with the sponsor, as one which understands and belives in the chosen topic
    5. Start conversations on important initiatives, that you as an organisation would support


    Ambika Mehrotra

    The MINDS (Mental Illness & Neurological Disorders) Foundation is working to create a stigma free world through high-quality, cost-effective mental health education and increased access to care. Established in 2010, we are committed to a bottom-up, grassroots approach based on the knowledge that creating lasting change requires strong partnerships with local communities, health workers, and other stakeholders.

     

    India has one of the largest treatment gaps despite having a large share of the global mental health burden. Due to low healthcare spend, stigma, lack of trained professionals, and limited resources, India continues to lack behind in mental health care. Through collaboration, The Minds Foundation believes that everyone can have access to impactful mental healthcare. We follow a Human-Centered Design, wherein we work hand-in-hand with local stakeholders to understand specific mental health needs in order to custom-tailor our programs

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  • 51-100 attendees expected


    50% Male Attendees


    50% Female Attendees

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