The results of the ‘Public Attitudes Towards Mental Health Problems’ survey, commissioned for the new mental health stigma and discrimination reduction campaign, See Change and co-funded by the National Office for Suicide Prevention and the National Disability Authority were revealed at the ‘Partners on the Ground’ event held in Dublin on the 17th June. The...Read More
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....Read More
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 Thursday...Read More
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...Read More
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.Read More
See Change is Ireland’s new national partnership to reduce stigma and challenge discrimination associated with mental health problems. We are an alliance of organisations working together through the National Stigma Reduction Partnership to bring about positive change in public attitudes and behaviour towards people with mental health problems. John Saunders on the name “See Change”...Read More
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