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Celebrities line up to support Time to Change Wales
Welsh actors Michael Sheen and Paul Whitehouse give their backing to new anti-stigma campaign.
Digital Stories - One Year On
Mind Cymru launches four new digital stories this St David's Day. They were made by four people living with a mental health problems as part of a digital storytelling course.
Health Minister Launches campaign to end mental health discrimination in Wales
Time to Change Wales is the first national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems throughout Wales and launches at the Wales Millennium Centre today, 21 February, with opening speech by Health and Social
Saving Lives - success for suicide prevention skills training
New research from Public Health Wales shows that training given by Mind Cymru's Positive Choices project is making a real difference to people's willingness to discuss suicide and self harm.
Mind Cymru elephant takes care of health and safety
The Elephant in the Room recently visited the TUC Wales Health and Safety reps conference in Cardiff highlighting Mind's 'Taking care of business' campaign and the need to improve mental health in the workplace.
Mind Cymru Listening Conversations 2011 New Event Announced
Mind Cymru has been holding a series of events across Wales at the end of 2011. We’ve now put on an extra event in Blaenau Ffestiniog to look at issues affecting Welsh language speakers and rural communities.
Update from Mind Cymru’s Local Engagement Project
Starting in December 2010, the purpose of the project is to support those wanting to carry out local engagement or campaigning projects to improve life for people experiencing emotional distress.
Time to Change Wales: a briefing
Find out about the launch of Time to Change Wales in the new briefing paper we've produced, available in Welsh and English.
New report shows success of Mental Health First Aid (Wales)
New research by Mind Cymru and the University of Glamorgan demonstrates the positive difference that the Mental Health First Aid training course is making in Wales.
Mind Cymru Listening Conversations 2011
We want to know what is happening to your local services in Wales: what's good, what's bad and what's missing.
Mind Cymru: out and about with the Elephant in the Room
Over the summer, Mind Cymru visited two of the major events in Wales – the Royal Welsh Show and the National Eisteddfod. The Elephant in the Room was our special guest!
Mind Cymru wants your artwork
Deadline is 12 July. Mind Cymru is looking for artwork to be included at the National Eisteddford.
National Assembly for Wales election update
Mind Cymru has been busy letting politicians know that mental health is a vital election issue. But we need your help to keep the pressure on in the lead up to the election.
Action needed on Mental Health Advocacy
People experiencing mental distress in Wales need better access to advocates who can help support them.
Making equality a reality in Wales
People from minority or marginalised groups in Wales still aren’t getting the access to mental health services and support that they need.