Safe In Our World Launches #LevelUpMentalHealthPosted: 20 May 2020
Today we announced the #LevelUpMentalHealth global campaign, with support from major game companies across the videogames industry. The campaign is the latest initiative as Safe In Our World continues to roll out dedicated efforts to rally the industry to support those affected by mental health ailments.
The #LevelUpMentalHealth campaign seeks to challenge the videogames industry to unite and commit to positive change, starting with workplaces, ensuring working environments are always safe and supportive of the mental health of its talent.
Visit https://safeinourworld.org/level-up/ to learn more.
As part of the initiative, Safe in our World has co-created an employer’s mental health toolkit, giving guidance and empowering developers, publishers, and service providers to place positive mental health at the forefront of their plans.
Gaming companies and notables from around the world have continued to join Safe In Our World in its mission, and today the charity announced the latest partners, consisting of leading game publishers, developers and service providers committed to the cause.
The #LevelUpMentalHealth campaign challenges are:
- Commit to taking the first steps in rolling out a mental health policy in the next 12 months
- Join Safe in our World as a partner and commit to supporting mental health within the videogames industry
- Help spread the message to creators and players by sharing messaging and signposting inside the workplace and externally to players via media channels.
Safe In Our World is delighted to welcome 505 Games, Auroch Digital, Caged Element, Camel 101, Curve Digital, Embracer Group, Explosive Alan, Fanatical, Genba Digital, Heaven Media, Honest PR, Koeken Interactive, LKA, Mediatonic, NeoHype, NextGen Skills Academy, One PR Studio, OPM Jobs, Outright Games, Polystream, PressEngine, Rethink Mental Health, Renaissance PR, Ripstone games, Sheridans, Sold Out, Take This, UberStrategist, UKIE, Wired Productions and more!