An interview with Harriet Harman
Interviewed by Ann McNeill - Chair of IoPPN Diversity & Inclusion and Professor of Tobacco Addiction
About Harriet Harman
Harriet Harman joined a 97% male House of Commons as MP for Peckham in 1982, and had three children while in Parliament. She has been politics’ most prominent champion for women’s rights, introducing the National Childcare Strategy and the Equality Act, and changing the law on domestic violence. In 2007 Harriet was elected Deputy Leader of the Labour Party. She is currently Chair of the Joint Committee on Human Rights and is the longest ever serving female MP.
About the Women in Mind Series
‘Women in Mind’ is a series of events by the Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group, Royal College of Psychiatrists, in collaboration with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, aiming to engage health professionals and the public in debate and discussion about challenges to women’s mental health across the life cycle.
The events are centred around interviews with inspirational women on professional or personal experiences that have shaped their views on women’s mental health, both in terms of difficulties and resilience.
Please register via Eventbrite