SeeMe are encouraging young people are to join in with the biggest conversation Scotland has ever had on mental health stigma and discrimination. As part of the Year of Young People 2018, the Scottish Government and See Me are working alongside young people to create a new campaign for eight to 26 year olds.
Young people are being surveyed to share their views on the mental health issues they face, including if they are able to talk about their feelings and if they could help someone who was struggling.
The campaign was launched with an event at Leith Academy with the Mental Health Minister Maureen Watt in attendance. You can read the full story here.