Green Ribbon Screening: Schizophrenia – The Voices in My Head

Green Ribbon Screening: Schizophrenia – The Voices in My Head

thu17may6:00 pmthu7:30 pmGreen Ribbon Screening: Schizophrenia – The Voices in My HeadFollowed by a panel discussion

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See Change, the National Stigma Reduction Partnership for Mental Health will hold a special screening of the IFTA nominated Schizophrenia: the Voices in My Head followed by a panel discussion as part of its 6th annual Green Ribbon campaign. Green Ribbon aims to end mental health stigma by encouraging conversation and education around mental health.

The documentary tracks the daily lives, struggles and triumphs of some young Irish people living with schizophrenia.

Even though Irish people are becoming much more willing to talk about mental health, so far those conversations have been around depression and anxiety. Other conditions are still pretty much taboo, and in particular, schizophrenia. In ‘Schizophrenia: The Voices in My Head’ we step inside the worlds of young people who are living with the condition.

Panel discussion

Panel: Producer of ‘Schizophrenia: The Voices in My Head’, Aoife Kavanagh, See Change Ambassador Nicola Wall and Susan McFeely, Shine – supporting people affected by Mental Ill Health, Neill Moore, DCU Recovery College.




(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


Irish Film Institute

Eustace Street



See Change is the organisation dedicated to creating positive change in public attitudes and behaviour towards people with mental health problems through stigma reduction campaigns, and engagement with experts by experience and our partner organisations. Block B, Maynooth Business Campus, Co Kildare, W23W5X7 Ireland

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