Become a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM breaker AND rewrite Ireland’s story on mental health
Mental health is part of everyone’s story.
Like any realistic story, everyone’s’ mental health has its ups and downs, twists and turns.
Everyone’s story deserves to be told …and heard.
On Wednesday, 26 October we’ll be aiming high in our attempt to re-write Ireland’s story on mental health and break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDTM for ‘most people to write a story’.
Everyone has the power to rewrite the script on how mental health problems are percieved in Irish society and our goal is to receive 900 one-line contributions to one giant story in a 12 hour time period in order to beat the current record which stands at 838 participants, and was achieved in Vanuatu in November 2009.
We’ll be manning our ‘Story Centre’ in the Physics Garden in Trinity from 8am-8pm. Please drop by and take 5 minutes to contribute your line.
What:GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM attempt for ‘most people to write a story’
Where: Physics Garden, Trinity College Dublin
When: Wednesday, 26 October 2011, 8am-8pm
See Change has partnered up with Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU), Union of Students in Ireland (USI), and Fighting Words on this GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM attempt to send the message loud and clear that mental health is an important part of everyone’s story.
Just think, you could soon be a;
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDTM Breaker
Co-author with some of Ireland’s great contemporary writers
See Change Champion
If you need any further details, please contact the See Change team on 01 8601620 or
- Mental health is an important part of everyone’s story