Within the Project “Positive attitude development - access to labour market for young adults with mental health problems” 9 cartoons were created under Helpific’s supervision to decrease the prejudice and shame in society related to mental health disorders, to promote social involvement and employment of young people with mental health problems.
Exciting and intriguing cartoons are on air on Sundays on Estonian Television from 11.43 after the telecast “Iseolemine” (“Independent existence”). “Iseolemine” is Margus Saar’s journey to special people, who despite a difficult disease or disability have tried to find a way for coping themselves.
Keiu Roosimägi - project coordinator
Martin Palm - script
Merlyn Kotljar - animation and installation
Ajar Stuudio - audio- and sound effects
Ingrid Peek, Jaanika Arum, Jan Uuspõld, Jakob Rosin
Telegram, Alkeemia, ETV, Liina Martinson, Maris Kuusik, Julia Pavlova, Zhenja Fahrutdinova, Darja Ivanova, Salla Kälkäinen, Kristo Sild, Madis Laos, Laur Raudsoo
Central Baltic Interreg is partly financing the project.
A jobseeker can change the employer’s world!
Depression is not just a bad mood
Stigmas in your head
We need all blocks
What comes first - talent or human value?
People with mental health disorders on the job market - danger or opportunity?
Follow your heart
A child is a guest
There is always hope!