NUS UK are pleased to team up with Against Violence and Abuse (AVA) to launch a new fund for Students’ Associations to tackle sexual violence at universities in Scotland. Following on from their collaboration on AVA’s Combat Misconduct project to improve responses to sexual violence and abuse in higher education they’re now making small campaign grants available …
At Glasgow Caledonian University our vision is to embed a culture of openness, trust and raised awareness of mental health and wellbeing, which enables both students and staff to thrive and achieve their full potential.
The Feeling Good App is University of Edinburgh’s collaboration with the Foundation for Positive Mental Health, an Edinburgh-based charity. Together they have created the app to be a free-to-use resource for all students and staff.
There has been much research published on the positive impact of art, in all its forms, on boosting positive mental health and wellbeing. This World Mental Health Day, Reena, one of our Student Health Project Coordinators, spoke to the lovely Sally Nimmo, a mental health activist, artist and technology expert on her views of mental health and the arts and what's been her go-to creative outlet during lockdown.