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Exemplars of indigenous suicide prevention research

There is a growing acknowledgement of the role of colonisation and its wider economic, social and political structures on the disproportionate rate of suicide in indigenous communities.

The Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri -Pimatisiwin special issue draws attention to the indigenous beliefs, practices and structures that play a central role in suicide prevention for indigenous peoples.

Two new articles by Le Va are featured in this latest journal.

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Critical-elements-for-successful-implementation-of-community-based-suicide-prevention-initiatives-for-Pacific-Island-people-in-Aotearoa-New-Zealand

Published 17 August 2021

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Strengthening-community-based-suicide-prevention-initiatives-for-Pacific-Islands-people-in-Aotearoa-New-Zealand

Published 17 August 2021

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