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Educators as Lifelines LGBTIQ+ Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

Co-designed by the MindOut’s lived experience advisory group ‘Educators as Lifelines’ looks at how educators can be (and have been) an integral support for LGBTIQ+ students, staff and families.

Read more May 31, 2022 3:38 PM

Unrevealed Leaders: LGBTIQ+ Peer Supporters

Facilitated by Elle Cartmill, Unrevealed Leaders is part storytelling, part workshop. The webinar includes five stories of unrevealed leadership within the LGBTIQ+ community woven together by Elle’s reflections. The webinar invites you to reflect on your own story of leadership and how we can begin to recognise and support peer leaders within the LGBTIQ+ community better.

Read more May 31, 2022 3:38 PM

Joe Ball's Keynote Speech for MindOut’s LGBTIQ+ Suicide Prevention Forum

Opening keynote speech for MindOut’s LGBTIQ+ Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Forum.

Read more May 31, 2022 3:38 PM

Dr Vanessa Lee Ah Mat's Keynote Speech for MindOut’s LGBTIQ+ Suicide Prevention Forum

Closing keynote speech for MindOut’s LGBTIQ+ Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Forum.

Read more May 31, 2022 3:37 PM

Leadership in LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Practice for Primary Health Networks

This webinar involves a panel discussion between primary health networks (PHN’s) and LGBTIQ+ organisations working with PHN’s. 

Read more May 31, 2022 3:37 PM

Frontline Workers for Change - LGBTIQ+ Champions Network

Facilitated by Ash Watson, this webinar features a panel discussion between four advocates working towards LGBTIQ+ inclusion in mental health services across Australia. MindOut’s ‘Champion Network’ is a free source of professional development for all people working in the mental health or community service sector within Australia.

Read more May 31, 2022 3:37 PM



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