FLO Talanoa is a Pasifika suicide prevention education programme for Pasifika communities that is evidence-informed, culturally safe and designed to be led by the community for the community.
It is a call to action and aligned with the Pasifika values of love, respect and reciprocity.
Over 100 community leaders across the country received free training from Le Va to become a FLO Talanoa facilitator can now deliver free workshops in the community. It is then up to our communities to take ownership and leadership of community suicide prevention action plans.
After a FLO Talanoa workshop, participants will:
One of the components of the workshop is the B.R.A.V.E video that showcases our young people preventing suicide by asking you to listen to their plea.
Please note: The FLO Talanoa workshop is recommended for people 16 years and over. In addition, it is not a treatment or support group and some content may cause distress for vulnerable people.
Below is both the schedule for upcoming FLO Talanoa workshops in Auckland and the e-form to register your interest!
If you'd like a FLO Talanoa workshop delivered in your community email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss options.