Matthew McKenzie created this informative video about World Bipolar Day 2014 and its organizers.
The One Minute Medical School explains the three levels of stigma: self, social, and structural.
Five young people sharing five tips about how to talk about mental health with a friend who has a mental health issue.
A Vancouver woman who has schizoaffective disorder is profiled in a video produced for Mental Illness Awareness Week Canada 2012.
Skype video conferencing event featuring Sinead O’Connor, Kate Bornstein, and Roy Henry Vickers, on World Suicide Prevention Day 2012.
An anti-stigma video about bipolar disorder.
The Sh*t People Say meme is past its prime, but this overlooked homemade video still rings true by parodying common things that uneducated people say to people who have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
A call to shake off shame, come out of the closet and be open about mental health issues in order to fight social stigma.
A clip from the Q&A after a panel presentation about mental illness in the media, discussing how people can share stories with public speaking to fight stigma.
With only 80 mental health treatment beds for an entire country of (an estimated) 29 million people (in 2009), desperation and superstition take over in Afghanistan.