Plan to reduce Indigenous suicides finally acknowledges lack of evidence and need for hope

The Conversation, 14 November 2016
Author: Anthony Dillon
“Last week the government released the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Evaluation Project report, which gave recommendations to reduce the high rate of suicide among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. There are many factors contributing to Indigenous suicide, occurring in a wide variety of contexts. No document can answer every question on Indigenous suicide. The report does recognise that no two Indigenous suicides are identical.”
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