Scottish Equalities Bulletin Issue No. 14

Subject: See Me…. Stigma Survey
Dear Colleague
“See Me” is an organisation that campaigns and supports people who suffer mental ill health.
They are currently carrying out a survey on people’s experiences of stigma and discrimination because of mental ill health.
The aim of the survey is to gather detailed information about the way in which stigma affects not only those with experience of mental health problems, but also the people who support them.
If you would like to find out more, or have the time to take part in this survey, further information and the online survey, can be obtained from the website

Gillian McKay, Regional Equalities Officer (Scotland)
Phone: 01382 226268
Fax: 01382 203955
Office: Amicus
17 South Tay Street

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