Groups & Communities most at risk of discrimination
The See Us movement has to be for everyone in Scotland, but there are some communities and groups who experience more stigma and discrimination than others.
Some groups and communities in Scotland, such as BAME, LGBT, those living in poverty experience high levels of mental health problems, and dual stigma and discrimination.. So it’s vital that people in the See Us movement are making changes in the targeted areas which need it most.
On going and sustained change is the most effective way to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination. But we know that taking action has to start somewhere. We have resources and tools here for you, whether you want to learn more, host a small starter activity, do something big to get everyone talking, or want to make on going and sustained change.
What sorts of resources are you looking for?
Here you can see what resources we have which suit you best. Select the types of resource you want, let us know the size of action you want to take, where you’re at in your journey and the reason you want to take action. We also have a few recommended resources for making a change in specific groups and communities. if you’re not sure where to start.
Stigma, Suicide and Polish men
See Me and Feniks are working together to tackle stigma in the Polish male community in Scotland, to help reduce suicide rates.Watch
The Glasgow Association for Mental Health and See Me worked together to looks at the issues of duel stigma faced by people in the BAME community who experience mental health problemsRead
- In my work with young people
- As a young person
- In my community
- In health and social care
- In policy and public affairs
- With friends and family
- In the arts
- Groups & Communities most at risk of discrimination
- In the Media
- In any area
The See Us Activity Pack
The See Us Activity pack has everything you need to take action, whether on your own, in a group, or planning something bigDownload
This film is made by the Mental Health Foundation to be used within refugee communities to support m…View
See Us Flourish
See Me and Flourish House have come together to create a short film showing how Clubhouses like Flou…View
LGBT Equality Network Resource
This resource, Supporting People, explores the theme of mental health, how it affects LGBTI people,…View
GAMH diverse Voices Case study
Read how See Me and GAMH looked to explore mental health stigma in and for BAME communities in Scotl…View
Feniks Video to Prevent Polish Male Suicide
Working with Feniks we created this video to help focus on he big issues which need to be tackled to…View
- In my community
Social Movement Intersectional Groups
How See Me and Deaf Scotland looked to tackle stigma for people affected by deafnessDownload
Peer Groups Tackling Stigma
We partnered with Flourish House to look at how peer support in clubhouses could tackle stigma for those with more ongoing and complex mental problems.Download
You may also be interested in
While we have created tools and resources specifically for making changes for different groups and communities, there are hundreds of resources we have for other areas of the programme, which can also be used to make real, impactful change in this area. Here are a couple we think can help.
Walk a Mile
Walk a mile is a safe way to get people together to talk about mental health, tackle stigma, and visually sow that it's good to talk about mental health.
The Role of Family and Friends
Read more about the role of family and friends in supporting and tackling stigma.
Sign up to See Us
Sign up to be part of the change, get our See Us Activity Pack to help you to take action at work, get updates on what is happening in the movement across Scotland and receive our See Change mail out.