Look Beyond: the story so far

The See Change Team has been busy organising more venues for our ‘Look Beyond’ photovoice research exhibition in 2018. ‘Look Beyond’ is an exhibition of photographs taken by a group of 16 people who have experienced what it is like to live with mental health difficulties. The exhibition is an output of a research project...
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Look Beyond Catalogue

We are delighted to share with you a digital copy of the ‘Look Beyond‘ catalogue, in the hope that it will spark many more conversations about mental health online and beyond. See Change’s aim is to challenge people to ‘Look Beyond’ the often negative labels associated with mental health difficulty so that every person in...
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‘Look Beyond’ exhibition visits Nano Nagle Place in Cork

See Change’s ‘Look Beyond’, a photovoice research exhibition, will be on display in Nano Nagle Place, Douglas St, Cork, from Tuesday 27th February until Saturday 10th March 2018. ‘Look Beyond’ is an exhibition of photographs taken by a group of sixteen people who have experienced what it is like to live with mental health difficulties....
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Westmeath Cathaoirleach Cllr. John Shaw to launch ‘Look Beyond’ photovoice research exhibition in The Atrium, Mullingar

Where: The Atrium, Westmeath County Council Buildings, Jail Hill, Mount St, Bellview, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath When: Tuesday 13th February, 5:30pm Westmeath Cathaoirleach, Cllr. John Shaw, will launch ‘Look Beyond’, a photovoice research exhibition, in the Atrium Mullingar, Co. Westmeath on Tuesday 13th February at 5:30pm. ‘Look Beyond’ is an exhibition of photographs taken by a...
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National Office for Suicide Prevention: Requests for Proposals – See Change Evaluation

To undertake an evaluation of See Change, Ireland’s national programme working to change minds about mental health problems in Ireland. For more information and the full advertisement please visit Activelink.
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See Change Launch ‘Look Beyond’ photovoice research project

See Change’s ‘Look Beyond’ photovoice research project was launched in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin 8, on Wednesday 25th October with the help of Professor Jim Lucey of St Patrick’s Mental Health Services. The exhibition, which seeks to give insight into the often unseen reality of what it means to have a mental health problem, will...
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