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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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See Change strongly welcomes commitment from government elect to reduce stigma associated with mental health problems Dublin, 7 March 2011: See Change – Ireland’s national programme to reduce the stigma associated with mental health problems – has strongly welcomed the commitment in the programme for government 2011 to ‘reduce the stigma of mental illness’. Kahlil...
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See Change, in association with Louth Community and Voluntary forum, will hold an important public meeting on mental health stigma on 24th February 2011. The aim of the meeting is to share share ideas for reducing mental health stigma at national and community level and to encourage people to become local activists for change. Details...
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See Change, in association with Galway City and County Community fora, will hold an important public meeting on mental health stigma on 31st January 2011. The aim of the meeting is to share share ideas for reducing mental health stigma at national and community level and to encourage people to become local activists for change....
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As part of the See Change Campaign, Suicide or Survive (SOS) will run a free wellness workshops in Dublin on the 14th of Feb in the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8 from 10.00am to 5.00pm. For details please call 1890-577577, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript...
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First Fortnight is an arts-based mental health awareness project that happens in the first two weeks of every year. This year it is supporting Amnesty International Ireland’s campaign to end mental health prejudice and discrimination. 1.30pm The debate (FREE): Have attitudes and behaviours towards people with mental health problems really changed? Panellists include award winning...
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We’ve been watching the inspiring new video from See Change partner Amnesty International Ireland on real people’s experiences with mental health problems. The video includes participants from the recent Amnesty/See Change co-branded advertising campaign. Well done to all involved. You can watch the video here.
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See Change & Kerry Community & Voluntary Forum are delighted to invite you to an important public meeting on mental health stigma, it’s affects, and to encourage and build more positive attitudes towards mental health problems in Ireland. Details are as follows: Date: Monday, 17th January 2010 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Carlton Hotel Tralee, Co. Kerry...
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