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Amnesty Ireland launches new film in fight against mental health prejudice
national | rights, freedoms and repression | feature Sunday January 09, 2011 01:17 by Amnesty1 info at amnesty dot ie
Phil is a journalist; Caroline a qualified psychotherapist. Kevin has just graduated with an MA in political theory and for Julie, music is the cornerstone of her life.
In this new short film from Amnesty International Phil, Caroline, Kevin and Julie tell their stories because they know that mental health problems can affect anyone, and this means tackling prejudice and discrimination against people with mental health problems is a job for everyone.