Our campaigns

Each year the BPS conducts campaigns on behalf of our members and psychology as a whole.

Our campaigns are designed to influence government policy and promote the role of psychology in the wider world.

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Psychology Matters

A psychological approach to policy-making - our manifesto for the 2024 General Election.

Stressed nurse

Protect the future of NHS staff mental health and wellbeing services

We're calling for investment in vital mental health and wellbeing support for NHS and social care staff

Time to Play campaign

Time to Play

School play is essential for children's social development. We're calling for an extra 10 minutes of play at school every day.

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Tackling social class inequalities: #MakeIt10

We’re campaigning to have social class added as a protected characteristic to the Equalities Act.

Run-down terraced houses.

From Poverty to Flourishing

We aim to put psychological evidence at the heart of action to tackle poverty and improve outcomes for families and communities.