BAATN won the nOSCARS

BAATN won the nOSCARS

Author: Eugene Ellis BAATN won the 8th nOSCARS event in the Wellbeing category The nOSCARS showcases innovation and outstanding community impacts in the sexual health sector and is dedicated to raising the profile of the people and projects that are making headway...
Apologies and Compensations for Colonial Period

Apologies and Compensations for Colonial Period

Author: Eugene Ellis My attention was drawn, by a BAATN member, to a European Parliament resolution that was like… what? How come I never heard about this in the news? The European Parliament has approved, by a large majority, the resolution on the “Fundamental rights...
The Sista Collective Podcast

The Sista Collective Podcast

Edieneh Spence from the BAATN Midlands Team speaks on The Sista Collective Podcast – Episode: The black Superwoman” “Every superwoman has her kryptonite” “With therapy theory it is really good cloth but we need to make a garment that suits us” “women need to find a...
Race Discrimination Remains A №1 Problem In The USA

Race Discrimination Remains A №1 Problem In The USA

The racial policy of the United States has long historical roots. It all started with the oppression of the indigenous people of America – the Indians: persecution, massacres, infection with smallpox and the creation of reservations, in which people were kept...
Jung’s Writings on and Theories About ‘Africans’

Jung’s Writings on and Theories About ‘Africans’

Thirty years ago the British Journal of Psychotherapy published a paper by Dr Farhad Dalal entitled ‘Jung: A racist’ (Dalal, 1988). No adequate acknowledgement or apology for what Jung wrote, and Dalal critiqued, has ever been forthcoming from the field of analytical...

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