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In August 2013 the Scottish Government together with Comic Relief committed to invest £4.5 million in a three-year anti-stigma and discrimination national programme. Building on the legacy of the 'See Me' campaign, the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) and the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) are delivering an innovative programme of awareness raising and local and national activities that challenge the discrimination associated with mental ill health.
'see me' works with individuals, groups and organisations across Scotland, tackling stigma and discrimination wherever it occurs. Their activity includes an advertising and press campaign, alongside production of printed materials for use at a local level. They will also document instances of stigma and discrimination on their website, and lend their support to those involved in local anti-stigma action.
Last updated on 05/09/2014
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