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Who are we?

About our organisation

Iguality is a registered non profit organization in Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain). With the strong belief that mental health care should be accessible to all members of society, we offer free mental health services to people at risk of social exclusion, including (but not limited to):


Refugees & Migrants


LGBTQ+ Individuals


Homeless People


Vulnerable Youth

How did we start?

Our story

Working and volunteering at other NGOs active in education, health care and culture, the founders of Iguality – Luciana, Alex, Marta and Vincent (in the picture) – observed one underestimated, recurring challenge in the communities they worked with: negative mental wellbeing was strongly limiting people already at risk of social exclusion to find work, join educational programs or make use of other opportunities that that could improve their situation.

As a response, the four joined forces and utilised their experience of managing various nonprofit programs in collaboration with volunteers to start Iguality, and after a year of preparations, founded Iguality in August 2022 to offer free, high-quality mental health care.

What do we do?

Our work in 3 pillars


We carry out various types of free psychosocial support, including one-to-one counselling and other activities to promote positive mental health care.


We organise sports activities and events to promote community building and positive mental health care through exercise and bringing people together.


We give a voice to communities that face marginalisation and do not have access to adequate health care, through advocacy and research activities.


We believe in the strength of technology and using #Tech4Good, and use our team’s private-sector experience to work and contribute to innovation within the social sector.

What are our core beliefs?

Our organisational foundation


We inspire and mobilise individuals, communities, organisations and governments to foster and promote equal access to mental health care through innovative programs, specialised training and active promotion of societal justice.


We seek a society that allows anyone to fulfil their own purpose and goals in absence of prejudice, discrimination and precarity, and where justice and fairness are the guiding principles to lead communities, organisations and governments.

How do we offer care?

Our guiding principles for mental health support


Mental health care should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their income, social status or background.


Mental health care should be of high quality and provided by qualified and dedicated professionals.


Mental health care should be provided in a supportive, safeguarded and inclusive environment.

Who are our partners?

Organisations we work with

What is our impact?

Our work in numbers since 2022

Individuals helped with psychosocial support

Better quality of life after receiving our support

Hours of free psychosocial support offered

Number of active volunteer therapists involved

  • Support satisfaction rate 94% 94%
  • Volunteer satisfaction rate 95% 95%