The Avengers of K-pop are here to help make the world a better place again.
Joining in on the World Health Organisation’s first global online advocacy event for mental health, SuperM will be performing their song ‘Better Days’ on World Mental Health Day, and delivering a message to promote awareness around the topic.
SuperM to participate in online event run by 'World Health Organization' on Oct. 10 for World Mental Health Day!— SMTOWN (@SMTOWNGLOBAL) October 8, 2020
To perform a consoling stage for global mental health as the only K-pop act participating!#SuperM #SuperOne #WorldMentalHealthDay#WorldHealthOrganization @WHO pic.twitter.com/hbC97bqKWL
SuperM will be the only Korean act participating, alongside other advocates including Cynthia Germanotta, President and Co-Founder (with daughter Lady Gaga) of Born This Way Foundation and WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Mental Health, Talinda Bennington, widow of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington and founding partner of 320 Changes Direction, Klas Bergling, father of Avicii and Co-founder of the Tim Bergling Foundation, and more.
We are thrilled to have @SuperM joining our Big Event for Mental Health on #WorldMentalHealthDay!— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) October 7, 2020
Stay tuned for #SuperMxWHO!
🗓️This Saturday 10.10.2020
More information: ▶️https://t.co/seFE6mb3O7#SuperM pic.twitter.com/zfYaJfr6nn
Experts, as well as national and international leaders who have championed mental health in their own countries, will also be attending the event.
Happening on World Mental Health Day, The Big Event for Mental Health will be broadcasted live on Saturday, 10 October at 9PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 10PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time), lasting for three hours. It will be free and open to the public, available to watch on WHO’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok, and website.
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Hosted by award-winning journalist Femi Oke, it aims to improve awareness for mental health globally, and also share the experiences and advice of those who have dealt with similar struggles. The campaign also encourages the audience to participate in sharing messages and asking questions through live Q&A sessions on social media.
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