Change Networks are when people come together, share ground- breaking ideas to help improve the lives of people who experience mental health stigma and discrimination.
What makes them unique is that lived experience is at the heart of the partnership complementing professional expertise, skills and resources.
The See Me/Iriss Change Network toolkit is designed to support individuals, groups, organisations and communities to challenge stigma and discrimination across Scotland.Find out more
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In each theme, you will find an overview, key questions and some easy to use dos and don'ts built on evidence from across Scotland. We also share relevant and varied links, articles, tools, videos and resources for you to use to continue your learning. You can use as much of the support offered in this toolkit you need depending on your interests or challenges and depending on your experience of working in partnerships to create change.
How to create better services across multiple demographics and settings by using equal and reciprocal relationships
Building sustainable networks
How to create a sustainable network that is economical, environmentally and socially healthy and resilient.
Human rights based approach
Information about how to adopt a human rights approach to empower people to claim their rights and have greater opportunities
Information on how to plan, implement and learn from change processes in regards to changing attitudes and behaviours.
Power and partnerships
Supporting meaningful and challenging conversations about partnerships when complex relationships and power dynamics are involved.