Outstanding Mental Health Activism
Mental health forms a large part of the work of the student movement. This award will go to the campaign, society, or individual activist which has done the most to promote or protect the mental health of students in Ireland in 2016/2017. Budget and other limitations will be taken into consideration and should be clearly outlined on the nomination submission form. An individual, groups of individuals, organisations, societies and Students’ Unions may be nominated for this award.

You may apply on your behalf, or on behalf of someone else. Please do not exceed the indicated word limit. Applications must be received by 5pm on Friday 24th March. Supporting documentation, where relevant, may be emailed to awards@usi.ie and must be received before the application deadline.

Please note that only students who are a member of a USI-affiliated students' union may be nominated.

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Describe the activism undertaken by the applicant in 2016/2017 (200 words)
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What was the impact of the activism? (200 words)
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Please outline any relevant practical considerations, e.g. budget available
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Any other comments? (150 words)
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