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As well as working in the community, with our partners, and through awareness campaigns, See Change recognises the critical importance of placing mental health stigma on the radar of politicians and decision makers. We were delighted the stigma reduction was included as a priority in both the Fine Gael election manifesto, and in the programme...
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See Change in association with Dundalk Institute of Technology School of Nursing – yesterday hosted a meeting on mental health stigma which attracted over 110 students and staff members. See Change is a national coalition of organisations working to change minds about mental health problems in Ireland. Speaking at the meeting was Barbara Brennan, Derek...
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One night, one place, one message; breaking the stigma of mental health. See Change partner Turn2me.org has put together a fantastic line up of live music to help tackle the stigma of mental health problems. The gig is happening on 28 April at the Village 26 Wexford Street. Visit www.turn2me.org/words for more info.
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See Change is delighted to speak at two important conferences this weekend. Kahlil Thompson Coyle, See Change campaign manager will be speaking about mental health in the workplace at the Association of Secondary Schools of Ireland equality officers seminar. John Saunders, director of See Change, will also address a seminar coordinated by the Irish Congress...
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Public meeting about the stigma associated with mental health problems & the See Change campaign See Change in association with Waterford Community Forum invite you this important public information meeting Date: Wednesday, 13th April Time: 7.30pm Venue: Lawlors Hotel, Bridge Street, Dungarvan See Change is Ireland’s national programme to reduce stigma and challenge discrimination associated...
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We’re delighted to introduce the new See Change website. We’ve given the whole site a lick of paint and added some nice features and lots of ways for visitors to get involved. There’s lots of information on mental health stigma and discrimination, as well as an introduction to the See Change campaign, how we work...
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Tell your story, make a ripple, help end the stigma   In Ireland, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem at some point in our life. That’s enough of us to fill Croke Parkfourteen times over; it’s six times the number of students who enrolled in all our Universities and all our ITs combined right...
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See Change has responded to an article that appeared in the Irish Times (15th March, 2011) ‘See Change may not be the best use of money‘. See Change welcomes all engagement from stake holders and the general public – positive and critical – and encourages public debate on issues related to mental health stigma and...
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See Change & Mayo Community & Voluntary Forum are delighted to invite you this important public information meeting Thursday – 24th March – 8.00pm TF Royal Hotel – Castlebar – Mayo See Change is Ireland’s national programme to reduce stigma and challenge discrimination associated with mental health problems. See Change is an alliance of organisations...
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Appointment of Kathleen Lynch TD as Minister for Disability, Equality and Mental Health ‘an encouraging sign that government intends to follow through on its commitment to tackle stigma of mental health problems‘ – See Change Dublin, 10 March 2011: See Change – a partnership of 41 organisations working to change minds about mental health problems...
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