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    Suicide data reveals figures for Māori receiving mental health care

    A Health Ministry report reveals just under half of Māori who died of suicide were receiving mental health care.

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    Dr Hinemoa Elder takes chair of Māori expert reference panel for suicide prevention

    The rate of deaths by suicide for Māori are almost three times higher than the general population, with Māori youth being particularly at risk.

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    Lack of support for new mums protested

    Tracy Macfarlane says the maternity system has a few flaws.

  4. Video for 'Soften Up Bro' - initiative to normalise men's emotions
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    'Soften Up Bro'- initiative to normalise men's emotions

    Maori duo launch eskaupapa to encourage emotional dialogue and vulnerability among Māori and Pacific Island men.

  5. Video for $1.6m fund aimed at medley of Māori suicide prevention initiatives
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    $1.6m fund aimed at medley of Māori suicide prevention initiatives

    The National Centre for Māori Suicide Prevention, Te Au, aims to build the capacity of Māori to prevent suicide within communities and respond effectively when a suicide occur.

  6. Video for Life circumstances the major cause of suicide – Matt Tukaki
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    Life circumstances the major cause of suicide – Matt Tukaki

    Relationship breakdowns, lack of jobs and small business failures also drive people to take their own lives.

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    Shot Bro

    Rob Mokaraka tells the story of his attempted suicide-by-cop in his one man play. His mission is to bring aroha to communities and whānau who have been affected by suicide.

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    "Push-up challenge needs an upgrade"- Mr G

    Multi-media artist Graham Hoete, known as Mr G, is encouraging people to take the push-up challenge a little further, by actually reaching out and checking in with friends and whānau. “The reality is, when you’re going through depression, the last thing you feel like doing is reaching out”, says Mr G.

  9. Video for Brofessional helps his MATES in Construction
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    Brofessional helps his MATES in Construction

    Former Māori All Black, and star of Māori Television's CODE, Slade Mcfarland is now helping raise suicide awareness within the construction industry.

  10. Video for 100 Ngāti Kahungunu rangatahi hīkoi to fight suicide
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    100 Ngāti Kahungunu rangatahi hīkoi to fight suicide

    Mental health and wellbeing is the focus of a youth hīkoi to the South Island for more than 100 Kahungunu rangatahi. The Hīkoi of Hope 2020 wants to build resilience in youth for the modern age. “Some of our kids come from gang backgrounds, the suicide backgrounds, behavioural backgrounds so we’ve got many different organisations supporting us today,” says Zack Makoare CEO Te Taitimu Trust Organised by Te Taitimu Trust, the hīkoi is supported by various community leaders including police.

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