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OTR is a social movement by and for young people aged 11-25 in Bristol and South Glos. ✊ ·
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Dr Joshua Wolrich (BSc MBBS MRCS) 19h
Stigma disguised as ‘health concern’ is disgusting. Oh, and Julia, skin colour is entirely relevant in a conversation where genetics determines fat distribution and BMI was made from measurements of white men. Stay in your lane; weight ≠ health.
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OTR 12h
💰 Did you know that you can support our work by donating directly from your phone? 📱 Text "OTRBRISTOL 5" to 70085 to donate £5 (you can do this for amounts between £1-20)
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Shonette 14h
The next Rules of Engagement event is one we've had requested many times, and we've got a great panel for our Q&A, inc. from + from 🙌 Tickets are free, we're just doing sign ups for Zoom security & reminder!
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Mandy Bancroft Jul 6
Fantastic news Saharla from all of the
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Rules of Engagement 14h
One week until our next event, and it's one we've had requested A LOT. We'll discuss: 🔹️The good + bad of social media in lockdown 🔹️ Online tools for mental wellbeing 🔹️ Managing work/life balance + your questions for our panel! Tickets are free:
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OTR 15h
Replying to @keritweet
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Keri Hudson 16h
These sound excellent.
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CharityComms 19h
Know someone who is struggling but don't know how to help? have compiled these useful 'SHUSH' active listening tips:
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OTR 18h
Over the coming weeks we are offering webinars on a range of topical and important areas of mental health. These are aimed at professionals and are available on a 'pay what you like' basis. Details and sign-up:
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OTR 22h
📱 Here's a reminder of what's going on across OTR's sites this week - we hope to see you there! 👋 [Sign-up at ]
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OTR Jul 7
✍️ OTR WRITES / Our new two week poetry taster sessions with will offer a space to come together to discuss, learn, write and share stories using new techniques. 🗓️ 21st & 28th July ⏰ 7-8.30pm 👥 16-25 year olds 🖱️
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The Resilience Lab Jul 7
This weeks Resilience Lab is Thinking Traps! Come join us to discuss types of negative thinking and how we can start to be kinder to ourselves. Wednesdays at 6pm (age 14-25) and Thursday at 5:15 pm (age 11-18)
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OTR Jul 7
Tune in later today on Instagram [] - we're excited to speak to Treasure about all things activism!
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OTR Jul 7
How lovely to see such positive words from Saharla, who we loved having as part of the OTR team for a year! Here's a write-up from on her placement with us:
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OTR Jul 6
An inspiring story of resilience - "I want to tell trans teens all over the world that we all have had to go through incredibly hard things at young ages, but we are resilient and we can get through this together"
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OTR Jul 6
👋 Hi folks and welcome to another week! Lockdown may be starting to lift, but it’s so important to do it safely and sensibly. OTR is continuing to run all sessions online for the time being. Here's our schedule, you can sign up for groups at 🖱️
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Tina Hallett CBE Jul 5
Congratulations to charity Formed in 1995, Freedom has provided a safe space for LGBTQ+ 13 to 25-year-olds to be themselves for a quarter of a century. Happy 25th Birthday 🎂
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Karen Black Jul 6
Love this, thank you so much 🌈🌈🌈
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OTR Jul 5
Very interesting, hopeful insights: "What are we to make of the fact that the perception of discrimination is rising, while attitudes seem to be improving in areas like sexuality and race? It is possible that these are simply two sides of the same coin"
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OTR Jul 5
In the final edition of our 'Unspoken Truths of Lockdown' series, we're exploring some of the surprising and unexpected upsides and benefits of the situation we find ourselves in. What have been yours?
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