Agenda Gap is a dynamic research and intervention initiative. The core aim of Agenda Gap is to empower youth with the knowledge and skills needed to advocate for policies that foster mental health and equity within their communities.
This program operates on the fundamental principle that mental health is shaped by our everyday conditions, such as access to nurturing schools, safe neighbourhoods, and freedom from discrimination, many of which are influenced by policy decisions. Through Agenda Gap, we provide young people with the tools and opportunities to actively engage in the policy-making process, aligning decisions with their needs and advancing mental health and well-being.
To learn more about Agenda Gap’s mental health promotion approach, watch our video: