21 August 2019
Our members have voted for either poverty, prevention or age inequality to be our central campaigning priority during 2020.
The BPS Senate vote was open throughout July and saw five potential campaigns, proposed by our networks, put to our members.
With points awarded for first, second and third preferences, the three proposals which will move on to the next stage are:
The three successful proposals will now be discussed and debated by our member network chairs at the next Senate meeting in October.
One will be taken forward as our central campaigning priority for 2020, following on from this year’s focus on the mental health of children and young people.