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World Mental Health Day was observed for the first time on 10 October 1992. The day, officially commemorated every year on October 10th, aims to raise awareness in the global community about the critical mental health agendas – with a unifying voice through collaboration with various partners – to take action and to create lasting change. It was started as an annual activity of the World Federation for Mental Health by the then Deputy Secretary-General Richard Hunter. In 1994, at the suggestion of then Secretary-General Eugene Brody, a theme for the Day was used for the first time.

Elsevier, The Lancet Public Health, Volume 7, September 2022
This Article supports SDGs 5, 8, and 10 by investigating the prevalence of workplace sexual harassment and violence by demographic factors and work sectors among Icelandic women, providing nuanced targets for prevention and for public policies aimed at promoting women’s safety in the work environment.
Elsevier, The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 20, September 2022
This Article supports SDGs 3 and 5, describing intimate partner violence within military communities and drawing comparisons with a general population cohort.
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The COVID-19 Response
The Vital Role of the Public Health Professional
2023, Pages 101-118

This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing as well as Goal 10: Reducing Inequalities by examining the consequences of failing to adequately address long-standing social determinants and structural disparities related to the public's health
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“Open for Climate Justice” is the theme for this year’s International Open Access Week (October 24-30). Open Access Week is an invaluable chance to connect the global momentum toward the open sharing of knowledge with the advancement of policy changes and the importance of social issues affecting people around the world.
Elsevier, Food Quality and Preference, Volume 100, September 2022
Future sustainable food systems should more efficiently use natural resources and reduce food waste. Upcycled food – foods elevated in value through ingredients otherwise wasted or previously thought inedible – constitutes a new approach contributing to this much needed transition. Successful market launches of such foods requires favourable consumer perception of these products, knowing the factors determining acceptance, and an adequate communicational framing of the new concept.
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Energy Nexus,
Volume 8,
2022,
100144

Improving environmental quality through reducing emissions is the central pillar of climate change mitigation and achieving sustainable development goals.
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Geography and Sustainability, Volume 3, September 2022

This study reveals that climate change reduces the variety of wetland ecosystem services and increases socio-economic vulnerability and economic stress.

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