The Orygen Global Youth Mental Health Advocacy Fellowship is a six-month virtual programme for ten young people from across the globe who are passionate about youth mental health and want to create change in the mental health landscape of their country. The deadline is on Sunday 28th March 2021.
Orygen is the world’s leading research and knowledge centre for youth mental health.
The organisation is relentless in its commitment to redefine what’s possible in global research, policy, education and clinical care for young people.
The fellowship has been established to build the capacity, skills and voices of young people to create positive change in mental health awareness, policy and systems reform.
The fellowship will consist of five modes of learning: Education and training modules, mentoring, peer support, collaborations, and contributions.
Fellows should aim to devote eight to ten hours each month to fellowship activities.
This will vary from month to month but will include a combination of educational modules and individual or group-based work.
The deadline is on Sunday 28th March 2021.
Candidates must be aged 17-30 at the time of application. Interest or skill in youth mental health should be demonstrated.
All fellowship material will be provided in English.
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