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Vacancy: See Change Volunteer CoordinatorReporting to: See Change Programme Team LeaderContract: Full time post (35hrs per week), permanentSalary: €30,346 per annumLocation: Maynooth with flexibility for remote working. Some travel within Ireland may be required during course of workAbout ShineShine’s vision is a more compassionate Ireland where those affected by mental illness and stigma are supported...
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Invitation to tender: Website Design, Development, Maintenance and Support Services OverviewThe over-arching goal of this RFT is to engage a web design and development partner to assist in the strengthening of Shine’s online presence and positioning within the sector as the national organisation supporting and educating individuals, family members and communities impacted by mental illness...
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72% of people say they would not want to live with someone with a severe and enduring mental illness Almost three quarters (72%) of people say they would not want to live with someone with a severe and enduring mental illness, despite the majority (75%) saying they don’t know what a severe and enduring mental...
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There has been a large spike in the stigmatising language being used by the Irish media in the last month. That’s according to Headline, our sister project at Shine, and Ireland’s national programme for responsible reporting and representation of mental health.  Headline found that 44% of stigmatising language use since 24th February is related to...
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Over half (53%) of young people would contemplate hiding a mental health difficulty from family or friends, according to new research from See Change, Ireland’s organisation dedicated to ending mental health stigma.   The research, which was conducted by Kantar, reveals that 1 in 5 15-24-year olds say they would even delay treatment for a mental health problem...
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In the lead up to Christmas, See Change will be running its 12 Days of Empowerment social media campaign with the aim of empowering people to have the Christmas they want to have. We know that the festive period can be a time of joy and celebration for some, but for others it can be...
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See Change hosted its annual Workplace Certification event on Wednesday Nov 24, 2021, to celebrate the organisations that have completed their 6 Step Pledge to changing attitudes towards mental health at work, and find out how we can all keep those important conversations going. The event was hosted by See Change Programmes Leader, Barbara Brennan and...
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    Pass the Ribbon   The Green Ribbon is an international symbol for mental health awareness. By wearing one, you show you are open to having conversations about mental health.   We would like to thank our See Change Ambassadors, Partners, Distributors & team members for participating in this year’s video.     If...
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Due to technical difficulties, green ribbon orders can no longer be placed via our website. To order 100 or more green ribbons for your organisations, please send the following information to info@seechange.ie: Name Address (including Eir Code) Phone number Quantity of ribbons Alternatively, you can pick up FREE green ribbons at participating Boots stores, Eir...
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Thank you to everyone who has participated in our Green Ribbon events throughout the month of September! We are looking forward to sharing the recordings of both launch events and the weekly panel discussion shortly. These will be available on the events section of our website. Please keep an eye on the events section for...
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