Mental Health Fringe Award
The annual Mental Health Fringe Award to recognise the show that explores mental health in Edinburgh.
International Film Competition
A four-day film programme that brings together filmakers from across the world to take part in our I nternational Film Competition.
A competition held in partnership with Bipolar Scotland to provide an exciting opportunity for first time writers.
An online project curated by the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival to mark the 70th anniversary of the Mental Health Foundation.
Focus on the mental health of minority men28 January 2020, Ben Plimpton
Read about the challenges facing minority men's mental health and what can be done to make this better.
Jolie's story: swimming in the slow lane
Jolie shares her story of how finding swimming helped her MS and mental health in general.
Director of Finance and Resources
Adrian has a background in Finance across a range of organisations, sectors and countries. He is a qualified accountant with 20 years’ experience having previously worked for the EU, Save the Children and Barnardo’s but mainly in the private sector, recently in Telecommunications.
Tackling social inequalities to reduce mental health problems11 February 2020
Those who face the greatest disadvantages in life also face the greatest risks to their mental health.
Looking after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak18 March 2020
Infectious disease outbreaks, like the current coronavirus, can affect our mental health. While it is important to stay informed, there are many things we can do to manage our wellbeing.
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