Fault Lines

The Aftermath: Mass Shootings in the US

We explore the trauma of mass shootings in the US and how communities grapple with the reality that they could be next.

Sport

Football's mental health crisis: Silence broken but what's next?

Macho culture, stigma and pressure to perform affect players, but while help is on offer, challenges remain.

Football's mental health crisis: Silence broken but what's next?

Special series

World Health Day: 10 Must-Watch Documentaries

Nigeria's fake doctors, Rachel's HIV revolution, and MS in Egypt - here are our documentary picks for World Health Day.

World Health Day: 10 Must-Watch Documentaries

Talk to Al Jazeera

Can Amnesty International fix its toxic work culture?

Amnesty head Kumi Naidoo discusses bullying, discrimination and mismanagement affecting the organisation internally.

Latin America

Venezuela mental health institutions struggle in economic crisis

Years of economic hardship are taking a shocking toll on Venezuela's most vulnerable, leaving psychiatric patients without doctors, food or medicine.

Health

'My identity went': Mental health issues torment trailing spouses

When women follow their husbands on an expatriate journey, they often experience loneliness and loss of self worth.

'My identity went': Mental health issues torment trailing spouses

Mental health

Why Romanian migrant women suffer from 'Italy syndrome'

Romanians care for the elderly in Italy but long hours, loneliness and mistreatment lead to mental health problems.

Why Romanian migrant women suffer from 'Italy syndrome'

Australia

Australian govt loses vote on blocking asylum seekers' treatment

If the bill becomes law, refugees held in offshore facilities could be transferred to Australia for treatment.

Australian govt loses vote on blocking asylum seekers' treatment

Mental health

How Daar-na takes a culturally sensitive approach to psychosis

Immigrants have higher rates of psychosis. A Dutch care facility believes culture should be part of treatment.

How Daar-na takes a culturally sensitive approach to psychosis

South Sudan

In South Sudan, stigma and underfunding plague mental health care

Only three psychiatrists practice in war-torn South Sudan, where many people believe in supernatural possession.

In South Sudan, stigma and underfunding plague mental health care

The Listening Post

Radio La Colifata: Argentina's 'loony radio'

Mental patients broadcast around the world from an Argentine mental asylum.

Mental health

Healing trauma in South Sudan through mental health programmes

Trauma caused by years of conflict remain largely untreated with lack of mental care in South Sudan.

Healing trauma in South Sudan through mental health programmes

Health

Qatar's WISH summit tackles 'human-centred' healthcare redesign

Global disease, mental health and fake drug detection spotlight at Doha's innovative health summit.

Qatar's WISH summit tackles 'human-centred' healthcare redesign

Talk to Al Jazeera

Richard Graham: Why gaming addiction is on the rise

Psychiatrist Dr Richard Graham discusses why gaming is so addictive and how it can be treated.

Health

ADHD overdiagnosis in younger students, says global study

Researchers are warning teachers and clinicians are mistaking immaturity for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.