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Suicide Prevention Youth Advisory Group – Invitation to Join
Children in Scotland and the University of Stirling have been delivering a Youth Advisory Group to support the development of suicide prevention policy in Scotland since April 2022. They are looking to invite new members to join the group.
SAAS Disabled Students’ Allowance
SAAS have a Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) which is a fund to support disabled students and those with additional learning needs who are studying higher education
College principals urge ministers to extend funding for counselling services
In 2019 following lobbying from NUS Scotland, Scottish Government committed to funding an additional 80 counsellors in Scotland’s colleges and universities over four years. This funding has allowed students to access vital counselling se …
On Monday 17th April, Think Positive launched their #HelpingStudentsThrive Campaign, which was coproduced alongside students with lived experience of mental ill health.
Glitch Officer Workshops
Following the findings of NUS Charity Officer Wellbeing Research report, they’re working with Glitch, to host workshops this summer.
Let’s Develop Peer Roles Toolkit
Scottish Recovery Network have recently launched their Let's Develop Peer Roles Toolkit.
NUS Charity Officer Wellbeing Research report
In 2022, NUS Charity conducted a research project into the experiences of students' union/association officers and NUS officers over the past ten years.
FREE Webinar – Change Maker Series by respectme
respectme are putting on a FREE webinar as part of their Change Maker Series which focuses on body image, appearance & bullying. We know that all of these things can have a significant impact on the mental health of students. Register here for “Are …
Dyslexic Student Network Meetings
Dyslexia Scotland are hosting an online networking event on 23rd March for those in S6, Higher Education, or Further Education to meet with other students with dyslexia to share their experiences.