The Yellow Tulip Project and BERGIÐ Headspace invite you to take part in a Webcast Session with youth mental health activists from several Arctic countries.
Hope happens when youth and the community work together. The Yellow Tulip Project and BERGIÐ Headspace will be facilitating a roundtable dialogue with youth mental health activists from several Arctic countries where they will share experiences and stories and best practices on youth addressing youth mental health and ways to smash the stigma associated with it.
The Yellow Tulip Project is a non-profit organization based in the US. The core missions of The Yellow Tulip Project is to smash the stigma associated with mental illness and to build a community to remind people that there is help and hope for those living with mental illness.
For more information visit: https://theyellowtulipproject.org/
BERGIÐ Headspace is a support and counseling center for young adults based in Iceland. Its purpose is to offer a low-threshold service, emphasizing support, education and counseling from professionals in a safe environment.
For more information visit: https://bergid.is/english/
Danielle Whyte, Ambassador for the Yellow Tulip Project
Julia Hansen, Major in Urban and Environmental Policy and a Music Minor
Seqininnguaq Poulsen, Activist and Artist