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ACT Truckie convoy for World Suicide Prevention Day

A convoy of trucks will pass through the streets of Canberra on World Suicide Prevention Day, 10th September, to honour those who have lost their lives to suicide and support loved ones affected by a loss.

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5 Ways To Make a Difference on World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day takes place on Sunday, September 10. This day brings together people from more than 60 countries who have been touched by suicide, and who want to see more done to prevent suicide among men and women.

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Former NRL player Dayne Weston champions vulnerability for men’s mental health

Former Melbourne Storm rugby player Dayne Weston says NRL's health and well-being culture could go a lot further towards de-stigmatising men’s mental health and encourage blokes to open up about their struggles as freely as they would discuss a physical injury.

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Simple interventions could make a huge impact on separated dads at risk of suicide, says AMHF CEO

“The problems that separated fathers face are structural and not individual,” Australian Men’s Australian Forum CEO Glen Poole says in the latest Dads In Distress Dads Alive podcast.

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Tell us what actions will help prevent male suicide?

The Federal Government is currently developing a new National Suicide Prevention Strategy and we'd like to hear your views on the actions the Government should be taking to prevent male suicide.

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It’s Time to Act on Male Suicide in Australia, says AMHF

The Australian Men’s Health Forum today called on Government to send a message to men who are struggling and at risk of suicide by developing a male suicide prevention plan.

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Does Australia need a male suicide prevention plan?

The Australian Men's Health Forum is calling on the Government to develop a national plan to prevent male suicide.

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New campaign features men's personal stories

Suicide Prevention Australia in partnership with Australian Men’s Health Forum has launched a new male suicide prevention campaign titled “I found support that worked."

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Men's groups head to Canberra for suicide prevention summit

The National Suicide Prevention Conference is taking place in Canberra this week. A number of men's organisations will be at the event, highlighting the value of initiatives that focus on male suicide prevention.

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Time to Act on Male Suicide in Victoria: New Petition

As the Victorian Government prepares to develop a new Suicide Prevention and Response Strategy, the Australian Men’s Health Forum has called for men to be treated as a priority population, requiring specific attention and funding of initiatives that are more effective at reaching those in crisis.

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