Wow. What an incredible start to the 31st World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention! We had an incredibly moving Welcome to Country by Kombumerri man, Lann Levinge. Shayne Connell spoke of the fantastic suicide prevention programs that Living Works have developed for young, LGTBIQ and Aboriginal peoples. […]
With just a couple of weeks before the start of the 31st World Congress, a truly international, full and diverse programme has been assembled with over 350 presentations from all over the globe. The IASP World Congress is the primary global collaborative opportunity for expert thinking related to suicide and suicide […]
At the 31st IASP World Congress held at the Gold Coast in September we are launching a series of exciting events designed to put Early Career Researchers in the spotlight.
Indigenous artist, Alara (Geebung) Cameron, forged the connections between the Gold Coast’s natural beauty to create a unique piece of art that aims to portray the importance of connected pathways coming together. The artwork is represented within the new congress logo.