Inspired by Chris Young’s walk around the edge of the UK, Walk a Mile is a series of events organised to highlight the experiences of people with mental health problems.
People will get the chance to see each other as they really are and not as the labels they may have.
In addition to the usual Walk a Mile event, there will be a viewing of our new film, that tells something about the backdrop behind the whole Walkamile campaign, when we get back to the People's Palace after the walk.
The film also features as as part of The Dust of Everyday Life - a free annual symposium on the arts, mental health, stigma, and social justice, programmed by the Mental Health Foundation and See Me and expanding on the work of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
The 2016 symposium will take place at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, on Wednesday 20 April.
Tickets at the symposium are limited, take a look here for further information.