Australia’s suicide prevention policies are failing. We are falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to suicide prevention. From 2000-19 global suicide declined by 11 per cent. In Australia, rates increased by 31 per cent.
The reason? For many decades our health authorities have blatantly refused to target the group most at risk – men.
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