HubHub, 20 Farringdon Street, EC4A 4AB (map)
Mon, 6 Apr
6:30pm – 9.00pm
This event has been postponed. To be the first to know about the rescheduled date, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately, due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and associated risks, we have decided to postpone this event. The rescheduled date is dependent on the public health situation and advice, but we hope it will go ahead in late summer this year.
On 6 April, the Lab will convene a carefully curated group of people with personal or professional insight into the experience of people with mental health problems in the financial system. Together, we will share perspectives to help us understand the barriers that people struggling with mental health face within finance, identify enablers that can help to remove or overcome these barriers, and generate ideas for what the Lab can do to better support people with mental health problems in our community and advocate for change across the financial system.
This event is open to people who have lived experience of mental health problems or other direct experience (e.g. through caring responsibilities), and active allies – people who are in some capacity working on supporting people with mental health problems in finance. To request an invite, please email email@example.com.
This event is part of a series of events the Lab is hosting about supporting communities and identities underrepresented in and/or marginalised by the financial system. See the other events here. Read about our previous events for women and people of colour.
This event series is kindly hosted by HubHub – a co-working community of startups, innovators, freelancers and businesses, with a multi-functional, modern space for hire in London.