‘See Me’ E-learning: tackling stigma in work

See Me have produced a range on on-line resources to help people learn about how mental health stigma and discrimination affects people at work. Using dramas and real life experiences, people can learn more about rights and good practice at every stage of their working life – from recruitment, when in work and when returning to work following a period of ill-health.


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