Our campaigning, influencing, and actions are driven by a social movement of people across Scotland who are determined to end mental health stigma and discrimination.
What is the Movement for Change?
See Me's Movement for Change is for all of us who are passionate about ending mental health stigma and discrimination. It’s led by those with lived experience of discrimination and those who care about injustice and equal rights in society.
The Movement for Change brings together people from all over Scotland and beyond. Through campaigning, influencing and events we want to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination at its roots.
Our united and powerful voice will change negative behaviour towards those with mental health problems.
We want understanding and equality so that people who experience poor mental health have the same opportunities as others to lead a fulfilled life.
At the heart of See Me we support a growing group of volunteers with lived experience of mental health problems, who are taking action to change behaviours across Scotland.
Their knowledge and passion, together with the strength of the wider social movement will help deliver the change we want to see, so whenever any of us experiences tough times with our mental health, we can be confident that recovery is possible and we can live happy and fulfilled lives.
Our campaigns help to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination by changing how people think and behave towards mental health.
We think that the first step to making a change is for all of us to be more comfortable speaking about mental health our campaigns our a great way to start conversations.
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