Jasmine Kalha has completed her Masters of Arts in Social Work from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, and her M.Phil in Sociology from Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University. She is an alumnus of the course and has been working at the Centre for Mental Health Law and Policy, Indian Law Society, Pune since 2014. Her work focuses on implementing evidence-informed research on mental health and human rights and scaling up effective interventions. She has worked with public mental health systems through WHO’s QualityRights intervention at-scale in Gujarat and continues to provide technical assistance to international partner countries. She is involved with the scale-up of Atmiyata, a community-based mental health intervention in a district called Mehsana, Gujarat, and other districts. She also leads an intervention on implementing a scalable model of peer support within a public mental health facility2 as part of the European Union consortium.