Dreams: The Spirit of Life Art Exhibition

Shine, in partnership with HAIL are proud to present Dreams: The Spirit of Life, an Art Exhibition

At: Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council, Wood Quay, Dublin 8

From: 7th – 11th October 2019

Please join us for the official launch on Thursday 10th October, World Mental Health Day, at 1.30pm

Music, short readings and refreshments served.

All Welcome!

Download / view the flyer here

Shine 40th Anniversary Celebration

Join us on October 18th in Smock Alley Theatre to celebrate our 40th Anniversary.

We are so proud to have reached this milestone, working tirelessly to shape better policies and services for all those affected by mental ill health for 40 years and would be delighted if you could join us on this special occassion.

The celebrations will kick off at 3pm with a welcome from our Chair. We will be showing a sneak preview of Shine’s new digital series produced by Aoife Kavanagh which will be launched early 2020. Our MC and entertainer for the afternoon will be comedian Paddy Cullivan.

This will be followed by food drink and music by Viva Manila

Tickets are free, but places are limited. Please register here.

Shine Resource Centre, Cork – Group Calendar, Autumn 2019

We are a recovery orientated resource centre and our services are available to anyone with self-experience of mental ill health. If you like to join any of these groups, or would like more information about Shine Resource Centre, please contact us on 0214226064 or 0860411368. We are located at 14A Washington St West, Cork City Centre (Across from The Kino)

To view or download the Shine Resource Centre, Cork’s Group Calendar, Autumn 2019, please click here

Please note: Registration is required for all groups.

Headline Mental Health Media Awards 2019

Headline (a programme of Shine) are delighted to announce details of this years Mental Health Media Awards. The Awards celebrate stories that breakdown stereotypes, engage audiences & enhance the public’s understanding of mental health issues.
Journalists, producers, and content decision makers often don’t realise the role they may have played in a person’s recovery from mental ill health. We want to recognise that.
Categories include content from local, regional and national media, along with online and digital only platforms. This is the first year multiple broadcasting categories, visual media and categories appropriate for podcasts are available.
You can find details about key dates, category descriptions and entry rules at headline.ie/awards/

Submissions open September 9th with Award ceremony December 4th.

Headline is Ireland’s national programme for responsible reporting and representation of mental health and suicide in the media.