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Indigenous Suicide Prevention in Aotearoa (New Zealand)

Location: Student Services Center

In this presentation, Zack Makoare and Kiritahi Firmin share their work with indigenous based suicide intervention in Aotearoa and beyond through wahine (women's) leadership development, permaculture programs, rangatahi (youth) leadership camps, mentoring, conservation and ecological restoration, and intergenerational cultural revitalization.

The flyer is available at: go.hawaii.edu/6uj

This presentation is in collaboration with the UH Hilo Suicide Prevention Committee, The East Hawai'i Suicide Prevention Task Force, The University of Hawai'i Sea Grant College Program, UH Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Research Center Coastal (PACRC), Na Maka o Papahanaumokuakea, and the UH Hilo Minority Access and Achievement Program (MAAP).

For disability accommodations, please contact UH Hilo Counseling Services: 932-7465 (V), 932-7002 (TTY), uhhcouns@hawaii.edu.

For more information, contact: uhhcouns@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7465

Tags: Suidice SHWP Counseling MAAP Counseling Services

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