RITB Statement of Support

RITB (Recovery In The Bin) members have intersecting identities and social positions such as BME/LGBTQIA+/people in receipt of social security. We are a group of people marginalised in many ways, not just because we are mental and disabled by society. We especially wish to stand in allied solidarity with these groups and condemn racism, transphobia, homophobia, sexism & scrounger rhetoric. We call on liberation movements to stand in solidarity with us.

If you wish to add your name or org to this statement please email the details to

recoveryinthebin@gmail.com

Julie Gosling
– Making Waves
– Nottingham MAD Network

Akiko Hart, Mind in Camden

Andy Fugard, Birkbeck, University of London

Stan Papoulias, King’s College London

Jhilmil Breckenridge, Bhor Foundation, India and PhD Researcher at University of Central Lancashire

Gary, mental health service survivor

Helen Hewitt

Richard Ingram, West Coast Mental Health Network

Jayasree Kalathil, Survivor Research, London

Jayne Linney, Disability & Equality Activist

Dr Annie Hickox, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist

Rachel Yates, Central London BAPCA Group

Dolly Sen, mental health researcher and artist

Professor Bee Scherer, Director of the Social Justice Research Center INCISE, Canterbury Christ Church University

Suzi Mackenzie, Counsellor with a commitment to social justice

Jen Kilyon, Activist and campaigner for compassionate mental health services

Clare Knighton, Peer Support Worker

Melanie Davis, Mind in Camden

Alison Cameron, Survivor, activist and advocate

Helen Spandler, editor, Asylum magazine

Debbie Hamilton Newcastle Australia

Joanna Landeryou

Tom Wood, Mayday Self Help Groups

Alisdair Cameron, Launchpad Team Leader, ReCoCo co-creator

Mark Brown @markoneinfour

Jay Watts, Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Christian Kerr, mental ill health experiencer, social worker

Mirabai Swingler

Dina Poursanidou, Asylum magazine collective

​Derry Hunter. Survivor & Agitator. Recovery Wirral

Eleni Chambers, Survivor, researcher and activist

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A critical theorist and activist collective.