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December 19, 2016

Changing Minds, Saving Lives In The Holiday Season

By Pamela Nathan Holiday Time can be Danger Time! So be forewarned and then forearmed How can this be? Unrealistic expectations – of joyful, happy family […]
September 30, 2016

Julian Leeser’s courageous stand on suicide

By Pamela Nathan In my previous blog, A week of pride, shame and hope in parliament (20 Sept 2016), I acknowledged some of the high and low-lights of […]
May 26, 2016

Sadness and hope for Sorry Day

A very special friend of CASSE, Aaron, sent us a sad, sad response to our last newsletter, but it was also tinged with hope – hope provided by a family that is providing unconditional love, care and support for others in their community. He shared a very personal story of suicide. He has given us permission to share his story with the CASSE community to mark Sorry Day…
May 6, 2016

MEDIA RELEASE: Men’s Tjilirra Movement to present ancient tools for modern healing at inaugural Suicide Prevention Conference

A growing movement in Australia’s remote central and western desert region is re-establishing a cycle that was on the brink of destruction in order to change […]
September 10, 2014

World Suicide Prevention Day

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. The following facts were taken from the World Suicide Prevention Day website. Suicide is the leading cause of death for […]
July 7, 2014

Unsettled? Time for justice for Australia’s Indigenous people and their ancient, continuing culture.

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Time to settle on justice for indigenous people’, Editorial, published in The Age, 7th July 2014 I commend The Age for this […]
May 5, 2014

Elders’ Report into Preventing Indigenous Self-harm & Youth Suicide

 By Pamela Nathan The Elders’ Report into Preventing Indigenous Self-harm & Youth Suicide  was produced between 2012 and 2014 by Indigenous led social justice organisation People […]
March 24, 2014

Communicating the contagion of suicide vital

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Science searches for answers on why teen suicide is contagious’, by Trent Dalton, published in THE Weekend Australian, 22-23 March, 2014 Trent Dalton reports: […]

Lessons from Vincent Lingiari: Voice is worth the fight. Ken Wyatt has ruled out a constitutionally enshrined First Nations' Voice, but Aboriginal people won't be heard without one. theage.com.au/national/lesso… via @theage

About 4 days ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web Client