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We’ve been shortlisted for our coverage of mental health in Ireland

03rd Nov 2020

We are delighted and honoured to announce that Amanda Cassidy, in her work for, has been nominated for a Headline Mental Health Media Award.

Headline’s Mental Health Media Awards recognise excellence in media coverage of mental health issues. They reflect the challenges, lived experience and realities of people living with mental ill health.

Amanda Cassidy has been nominated in the Voice category. The Voice Media Award is a collaboration with See Change, Ireland’s National Stigma Reduction Programme. It’s for a publisher or broadcaster who has demonstrated excellence in quality & quantity of coverage given to people with self-experience of mental ill health. 

We are extremely proud of a nomination in this area, and will continue to strive for excellence in mental health coverage.

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