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  • News and Events | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership | Page 14
    Keep up to date with news events announcements and competitions from the See Change team and our partner organisations Heathers gig to See Change Oct 25 It s alright not to feel ok is Heathers message to Dublin Students UL Students Union joins the See Change Partnersh See Change welcomes UL Students Union to the Partnership See Change welcomes Seachtain na Gaeilge to the Partner Seachtain na Gaeilge have become the 64th organisation to join the See Change Partnership News attitudes research Two years into the national stigma reduction campaign have attitudes changed Voice Media Award 2012 Breaking the silence of stigma through real voices IBEC guide to See Change at work See Change in your work place Previous 1 12 13 14 15 16 29 Next Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change Workp Mental Health in The Green Ribbon Walk in My Shoes See Change in yo World Mental Hea South Tipperary Our Initiatives Irish football s News from the Pl Dublin Park ing Time to Talk Clo Green Ribbon 201 Become a See Cha Silver Linings P Blog See

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  • Be the Change Conference: 28 Jan 2013 | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    be open and honest about their mental health Tina Roche CEO the Community Foundation for Ireland said Both See Change and the Community Foundation for Ireland share a similar vision of breaking down barriers in business and society by encouraging people to talk about mental health in their communities and workplace The conference today is focused on how these issues can be addressed in the workplace and making the workplace a more open and accepting environment for mental health issues to be discussed Underscoring the need for culture change towards mental health in Irish workplaces John Saunders director of See Change said See Change s most recent research has found that a large portion of Irish people would deliberately conceal a mental health problem at work for fear that it would have a negative impact on career prospects and professional relationships He continued This perceived fear belies the fact that individuals and organisations work better in open and supportive environments The Be the Change conference sessions will give employers the tools to support employees and optimise the resources and talent of their staff To spark conversation of the much hushed subject of mental health conference delegates will first be treated to a specially commissioned theatre piece by Smashing Theatre Company followed by a chat show segment hosted by Newstalk broadcaster Dil Wickremasinghe that allows 3 See Change ambassadors share the stories of their own mental health experiences There will also be sessions dedicated to providing employers managers and HR representatives with the tools to create open workplace cultures towards mental health with practical guidance for line managers from IBEC tips on managing mental health disclosures by AHEAD and a masterclass in online engagement to challenge stigma by social media expert Darragh Doyle The Kanchi Network will also host the highly

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  • TENI & SOSADs have joined the See Change Partnership | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    joined the See Change Partnership See Change is delighted to announce that AHEAD Business in the Community and the Kanchi Network have come on board as official partner organisations to the campaign We look forward to working with each to inform and strengthen our approach to challenging stigma in the workplace setting Transgender Equality Network Ireland TENI seeks to improve conditions and advance the rights and equality of trans people and their families To find out more log onto www teni ie SOSAD Save Our Sons And Daughters is an organisation with five main goals Raise awareness of suicide in Ireland Break the taboo surrounding suicide Provide support and direction to those feeling suicidal Provide support and direction to those approached by someone feeling suicidal Provide support and direction for those bereaved by suicide Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change Workp Mental Health in The Green Ribbon Walk in My Shoes See Change in yo World Mental Hea South Tipperary Our Initiatives Irish football s News from the Pl Dublin Park ing Time to Talk Clo Green Ribbon 201 Become a

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  • First Fortnight is BACK! Another chance to catch the hilarious Box of Frogs | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    the MillTheatre Dundrum on Friday 11 January In Box of Frogs actress Mary McEvoy comedian John Moynes and Newstalk broadcaster Dil Wickremasinghe share their own stories of personal experience with a mental health problem to demystify debunk and ultimately have a laugh with what really goes on inside our heads The festival gets underway on January 2nd with a Therapy Sessions gig in The Workman s Club featuring Tony Wright See Change ambassador s Heathers and many more and the first of four performances of Stefanie Preissner s acclaimed play Solpadeine Is My Boyfriend It will continue with visual art film and music events Jonathan Couettes s 2002 documentary Tarnation and the internationally acclaimed and award winning play Silent winner of two awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011 Hollywood actor Joey Pantoliano will discuss his own clinical depression and his campaign to challenge the stigma of mental illness alongside British contemporary artist Stuart Semple in a discussion chaired by Amnesty International Ireland s executive director Colm O Gorman The festival will close on January 12 with a finale gig at The Button Factory in Temple Bar featuring Le Galaxie We Cut Corners Kopek and Vann First Fortnight 2013 is

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  • AHEAD, Business in the Community & Kanchi join the See Change partnership | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    each to inform and strengthen our approach to challenging stigma in the workplace setting AHEAD The Association for Higher Education Access Disability is the national centre of expertise in inclusive practices for education and employment Established in 1988 by a group of UCD students AHEAD has developed into a national membership organisation AHEAD is funded by the Higher Education Authority and the Department of Social Protection www ahead ie Business in the Community are Ireland s only dedicated network for responsible business Founded in 2000 their vision is to have all businesses in Ireland responsible and sustainable Business in the Community engages business on the Network for Responsible business the Business Working Responsibly Mark the Schools Business Partnership and the Employment Business Programme www bitc ie The Kanchi Network is the business membership network committed to creating inclusive business through the Disability Business Case The Kanchi Network provides a forum for organisations and businesses to network and benefit from knowledge tools consulting and training provided by Kanchi and its partnerships with disability and business experts http kanchinetwork com Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and

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  • Macra na Feírme joins the See Change Partnership | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    Feírme joins the See Change Partnership Macra na Feírme has signed up as a partner to the See Change campaign Representatives from See Change and Macra na Feírme have held a number of meetings to examine how the two organisations can work more closely in a shared commitment to reduce the stigma of mental health problems Macra na Feirme is a voluntary organisation for young people between the ages of 17 and 35 The organisation consists of a nationwide network of clubs with six key areas of activity agriculture sports travel public speaking community involvement and performing arts See Change will be working with Macra na Feírme to develop mental health campaigns that will hopefully change attitdues in relation to mental health problems for young farmers To find out more visit www macra ie Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change Workp Mental Health in The Green Ribbon Walk in My Shoes See Change in yo World Mental Hea South Tipperary Our Initiatives Irish football s News from the Pl Dublin Park ing Time to Talk Clo Green Ribbon 201 Become a

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  • Box of Frogs: Smock Alley Theatre 19-24 Nov | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    experiences to the stage in a hilarious new play called Box of Frogs Tickets 11 from entertainment ie and smockalley com Download media pack Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change Workp Mental Health in The Green Ribbon Walk in My Shoes See Change in yo World Mental Hea South Tipperary Our

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  • News and Events | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership | Page 15
    announcements and competitions from the See Change team and our partner organisations Campus Tour 2012 Bringing the See Change message to college campuses durung Mental Health Week See Change National Ploughing Championships 2012 Engaging Irish farmers on the subject of mental health Whats going on for Mental Health Week 2012 Don t miss a thing this Mental Health Week 2012 The RISE Foundation joins See Change Partnership The RISE Foundation have become the 63rd Partner to join the See Change partnership Park ing Day Dublin 2012 See Change and TASK take mental health conversation to the streets for Dublin s second annual Park ing Day See Change welcomes DCU Students Union to the Pa DCU Students Union has become the 62nd See Change partners organisation Previous 1 13 14 15 16 17 29 Next Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change Workp Mental Health in The Green Ribbon Walk in My Shoes See Change in yo World Mental Hea South Tipperary Our Initiatives Irish football s News from the Pl Dublin Park ing Time to Talk Clo Green Ribbon 201 Become a

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