Mental Health Journalism Fellowship Winners Announced

Headline, a national programme of Shine, the organisation that supports people affected by mental illness, is pleased to announce RTÉ’s Brian O’Connell and Newstalk’s Claire Darmody as the 2024 winners of the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism in...

Headline Programme Officer

Job Title: Headline Programme OfficerReporting To: The post holder will report to the Headline Team LeaderContract: Permanent (6-month probation)Hours: 21 hours per weekLocation: Hybrid/ Flexible. Head office is in Maynooth, Co KildareSalary: €34,008 pro-rated to...

See Change Volunteer Coordinator

Reporting to: See Change Programme Team LeaderContract: Full time post (35hrs per week), permanentSalary: €30,346 per annumLocation: Maynooth with flexibility for remote working. Some travel within Ireland will be required during course of work. About Shine Shine’s...

Mental Health Journalism Fellowship Winners Announced

Headline is pleased to announce that Órla Ryan of The Journal, working with its investigative platform Noteworthy, and Shauna Bowers of The Irish Times have been selected as the inaugural winners of the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health...
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