The College is opposed to all forms of prejudice and believes that everyone should be treated fairly regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership status, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
We are committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion for our existing and future members, associates, affiliates, staff and visitors in all our practices and arrangements. We actively advocate for, and support, equality of access, experience and outcomes for all College staff, all members and for all mental health patients and carers.
Our equality initiative is jointly chaired by our President, Adrian James and our CEO, Paul Rees. Two Presidential Leads, Dr Shubulade Smith CBE and Dr Rajesh Mohan, have been appointed to support this work.
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Equality Action Plan
The 25 Women project: exemplifying intersectionality
Dr Ilaria Galizia and Dr Philippa Greenfield look at theme of 'intersectionality' that is reflected in the five featured women psychiatrists that feature in the second week of the 25 ...Dr Ilaria Galizia & Dr Philippa Greenfield
Launching the 25 Women project
Dr Ruth Reed, co-chair of the Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group introduces our new '25 Women project' which launches today.Dr Ruth Reed
The Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group: 25th-anniversary reflections
Twenty-five years ago, Dr Anne Cremona founded what would become the Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group. She looks back at how the group came to be.Dr Anne Cremona
Interview with Samara Linton for Black History Month
Samara Linton is a junior doctor, award-winning writer and content creator. She is the co-author of Diane Abbott: The Authorised Biography and co-editor of The Colour of Madness: Exploring BAME ...Dr Samara Linton
Celutions talks on Black History Month
"Black mental health has always been important, but if there’s a time to pay it some attention – the time is now."Celine Erorh
Reflecting on Black Lives Matter and celebrating the new Association of Black Psychiatrists
Dr Mosun Fapohunda speaks of the momentous events of this year and how they have affected black people and BAME communities in general.Dr Mosun Fapohunda
South Asian History Month: Professor Dinesh Bhugra
Former RCPsych President Professor Dinesh Bhugra reflects as our inaugural South Asian History Month draws to a close.RCPsych Digital Team
South Asian History Month: Dr Raghunandan Gaind
Dr Raghunandan Gaind, Past-President and current Vice-President of the Indian Medical Association GB, and Patron of the Amritsar Doctors and Dentists Association, writes for South Asian History Month.RCPsych Digital Team