See Change’s 7th annual Green Ribbon Campaign Our Green Ribbon Impact Report for 2019 is now available. The launch of See Change’s 7th annual Green Ribbon Campaign kicked off this year in two locations, The Mansion House, Dublin and The Shine Cork Resource Centre. Over 500,000 ribbons were distributed showing Irelands call for mental health...Read More
Did anyone spot the Boys in Green wearing green ribbons at the IRL v ENG match at the Aviva? See Change are delighted to announce our partnership with the Football Association of Ireland to encourage conversation about mental health among fans, staff, players and coaches. This video was also played at half-time in the Aviva It...Read More
Introducing the Please Talk Puppies –Coming to a campus near you This October, See Change’s Please Talk campaign is staging a very special mental health campus tour designed to give students the opportunity to make the rare time and space for their own mental health. The Please Talk Puppy Rooms will open its doors for...Read More
On Friday September 19th See Change once again took part in “Dublin Park(ing) Day”, an annual worldwide experiment in reclaiming public space. For a single day, on-street car parking spaces around the city were transformed into imaginative public spaces for everyone to enjoy. The concept is intended to promote creativity, civic engagement, critical thinking, unscripted social...Read More
This July, Clonmel played host to a week-long programme of fun activity aimed at bringing the community together on the subject of mental health and sparking discussion. The pop-up campaign hub took place in The Nest, 27-28 Mitchell Street from the 29th July to the 1st of August. This was a week for Clonmel, by...Read More
Today, we’re proud to launch our Green Ribbon 2014 Impact Report on the campaign that saw over 500 events and initiatives take place in communities and workplaces across the country, 300,000 Green Ribbons distributed free of charge at Irish Rail stations and Citizens’ Information locations nationwide and the collaboration of 90 partner organisations, hundreds of...Read More
Interested in starting a conversation about mental health in your community, workplace or among your friends? Challenging stigma is a role for all of us. See Change will be hosting a series of training workshops across the country for volunteers and anyone interested in getting a conversation going about mental health. ` The volunteer...Read More
The First Fortnight Festival returns for the first 2 weeks of 2014 to stage another ground-breaking programme of mental health-themed arts events aimed at sparking conversation and challenging stigma. See Change is delighted to be a part of it once again along with our partners at Mental Health Reform and SpunOut. Now in it’s fifth...Read More
We’re a nation of talkers and tea drinkers so why keep silent on the mental health problems that we all can go through? We’re encouraging students to make time to share a cuppa today and really ask someone how they’re doing. In partnership with See Change, the Union of Students in Ireland, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services and Lyons...Read More
See Change presents MadCraic A specially-commissioned comedy show with John Moynes and Carol Tobin Irish comedians John Moynes & Carol Tobin have teamed up to bring new comdey set “MadCraic” to the stage to get people talking about mental health. Informed by the comedians’ own experiences, MadCraic takes an irreverent look stigma and how it...Read More
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