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The Hunter Institute of Mental Health wishes everyone a safe and mentally healthy Mardi Gras, as Australians and people from around the world celebrate the 2017 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival, and participate in and watch the parade this weekend.
On this day in 2008, former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd apologised on behalf of the nation for past laws, policies and practices that have impacted upon Australia’s First Nations Peoples, particularly members of the Stolen Generations.
Today, many individuals and communities will come together to recognise what’s great about Australia and being Australian.
This week, Dr Gavin Hazel and Liz Kemp from the Child, Youth, Wellbeing and Research team of the Hunter Institute of Mental Health will be attending 30th Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) International Conference.
The Hunter Institute of Mental Health has been invited to continue its involvement in the National LGBTI Health Alliance’s MindOUT! Champions Project, with the announcement of Kristy Platt as the new LGBTI Champion.
For the second year, the Hunter Institute of Mental Health contributed to international mental health reform and education by supporting the 3rd Mental Health and Well-being Conference in Ghana, Africa.
Our carers don't just deserve our recognition, they deserve to be well.
Tomorrow, the Hunter Institute of Mental Health will present findings from its recent study into the wellbeing of early career teachers in NSW at this year’s New Activist Conference.