Breaking the cycle of poverty and mental illness among youth: The Perks and Perils of cash transfers

30 Mar 2022, 12:00 to 14:00

Where: Virtual event via Zoom
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Join us on 30 March 2022 for the closing event of CHANCES-6 a project aimed at understanding the dynamics linking poverty, mental health, and the future life chances of young people living in poverty in six countries: Brazil, Colombia, Liberia, Malawi, Mexico and South Africa. This event will be chaired by Ricardo Araya and Crick Lund (King’s College London, Centre for Global Mental Health) and Crick Lund ( and will feature presentations by Sara Evans-Lacko, Dave McDaid (LSE Care Policy and Evaluation Centre), Mauricio Avendano-Pabon (University of Lausanne), Berk Özler (World Bank) and Tarun Dua (WHO)

This event is open to researchers, policymakers, practitioners and individuals with lived experience from around the world and will provide an opportunity to hear about new findings from CHANCES-6 and to discuss and reflect on the findings in relation to young people living in in relation to research, policy and practice.

We are accepting e-posters for the conference. Further information on e-poster template and guidelines can be found here.