He huihuinga rangahau taha hauora hinengaro, taha oranga mō te ārai whakamomori ki ngā iwi taketake o te ao
Monday, Tuesday 26, 27 February 2018
University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
The two-day symposium will examine what works for Indigenous suicide prevention and well-being research focusing on case studies in prevention research including how researchers know whether they are making a difference. Research findings on the role of reo/language development and cultural reconnection; advocacy; performing arts; art, whānau ora, tribal development, pathways to safe mental health care and other research will be briefly presented and followed with brief discussion and questions/comments.