Mental Health Reform JobBridge internship: Communications, Campaigns and Policy

Based in Dublin 7. Ref. INTE-1000399 Description The intern will gain practical experience in: -Researching press statements -Campaign launches -Media monitoring -Monitoring debates -Drafting website content -Maintaining databases -Public consultation events, meetings, seminars, conferences -Editing/writing campaigning/policy documents -Transcribing minutes, interviews -Gathering evidence on good practice in mental health -Gathering evidence on the status of mental … Read moreMental Health Reform JobBridge internship: Communications, Campaigns and Policy

Fishamble’s Silent by Pat Kinevane, in aid of MHR

THIS FUNDRAISER IS SOLD OUT Fishamble: The New Play Company presents Silent by Pat Kinevane in aid of Mental Health Reform on Friday 4th December 2015 at 6.30 pm in the Unitarian Church, 112 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. Fishamble’s Silent by Pat Kinevane is a stunning one man show. Homeless McGoldrig once had splendid … Read moreFishamble’s Silent by Pat Kinevane, in aid of MHR

Mental health activists gather at Leinster House to say: “Invest in our mental health”

Mental health activists from across Dublin have today (25/08/2015) joined Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, to launch a campaign for mental health funding in Budget 2016. The campaign, called “Invest in my mental health”, calls on the Government to provide a minimum of €35 million additional funding for mental health services. … Read moreMental health activists gather at Leinster House to say: “Invest in our mental health”

MHR now offering training to groups and organisations!

Mental Health Reform now provides group training sessions. Does your organisation/group need training on how to influence the policies of Government and service providers? Would you like to know more about mental health policy? Would your group like to learn how to involve service users and/or family members/carers in your work? Mental Health Reform offers … Read moreMHR now offering training to groups and organisations!

Come and meet Mental Health Reform – Your views matter!

Mental Health Reform wants to hear from you! Check out our video explaining what the meetings are all about. Your views matter to Mental Health Reform, which is why we are holding four public meetings across the country to hear from people about their or their family member’s experience of mental health services, to help … Read moreCome and meet Mental Health Reform – Your views matter!

MHR is hiring!

Policy & Research Officer The closing date for applications for this role has now passed. Mental Health Reform is offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced individual to join a small, dynamic team. Mental Health Reform (MHR) is the national coalition of organisations working to improve mentalhealth services and achieve implementation of the Government’s mental … Read moreMHR is hiring!

Free Event: Thursday 9th January 2014, 6.30pm “No Room at the Inn”

“No Room at the Inn”- a discussion on access to mental health services for people in crisis, hosted by Mental Health Reform. Time and time again, Mental Health Reform hears from people all across the country of the difficulty getting access to mental health services when they or their loved one is in a crisis. … Read moreFree Event: Thursday 9th January 2014, 6.30pm “No Room at the Inn”

Welcome for Assisted Decision-Making Bill

The publication today of the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Bill 2013 is a welcome development, said a working group of civil society organisations (full list at the bottom of the release). Áine Hynes, Chair of the Irish Mental Health Lawyers Association, said: “This Bill will replace the long outdated Lunacy Act of 1871. The Government has cited the … Read moreWelcome for Assisted Decision-Making Bill

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