80k walk Hobart to Orford to raise awareness for Suicide Prevention8th September 2017 9.30am on the 8th September from Hobart. 6pm on the 9th September in Orford Hobart to Orford
2 best mates are getting together to raise awareness and money for Suicide Prevention Australia by walking 80 kilometers from Hobart to Orford over 2 days.Learn more
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WSPD – Take a Minute, Change a Life12th September 2017 9.30am-2.30pm Albert Waterways Hall, Cnr Sunshine & Hooker Blvds, Braodbeach Waters.
Guest speakers – professional as well as those with lived experience. Free event. Walk in/walk out. Light lunch provided. Tea/coffee available all dayLearn more
World Suicide Prevention Day – Public Event9th August 2017 10am - 2pm Queen Street Mall, Brisbane CBD
Roses in the Ocean will once again host a large scale World Suicide Prevention Day event in Brisbane. Join us in Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall for an informative awareness event, speak with local community organisations and service providers, listen to live music, get involved in different activities through the day!Learn more
SFF – Spiritist Film Festival1st September 2017 From Friday to Sunday - Several Times Event Cinema & Community Centre | Southporth, Gold Coast - Australia
The Event Cinemas Australia Fair (Gold Coast) is hosting the SFF – 1º Spiritist Film Festival of Australia.
The SFF will bring to the public; the best of contemporary Spiritist Film Productions – a selection of films based on teachings that combine philosophy, science and morality. Aside from the Film Production, the Festival will also present to the public a Book Fair, a Seminar and Workshop with well renowned speakers from the Spiritist Community from around the world.
The event’s theme is ‘The Gift of Life’ – an invitation for the reflection and practice of gratitude, including topics such as the importance of mental and spiritual awareness in the transformation process to achieve inner peace. Topics that plays an important role in the process of ‘Valuing Life’, and one of the main purpose of choosing this theme for the SFF to contribute to the World Suicide Prevention Day campaign in the Gold Coast, which is also taking place in September.
More information is to be released soon with the SFF website!Learn more
Out of the Shadows and into the Light Walk and Suicide Awareness Festival8th September 2017 5:45am - 8.30am Dixon Park Beach
Lifeline Hunter Central Coast invites you to join us at our free annual events for World Suicide Prevention Day on Friday 8 September 2017 at Dixon Park Beach.
5:45am – Walk from Dixon Park Surf Club to Merewether Baths (return)
7am – 8.30am – Suicide Awareness Festival at Dixon Park
Lifeline joins international activities to observe World Suicide Prevention Day in September each year, a time to provide an opportunity to discuss suicide prevention openly and respectfully. Suicide is sobering, serious and saddening to talk about but understanding when, how, why and who should talk about suicide is important. Being able to provide opportunities for people to explore this complex issue via training programs such as LivingWorks Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) and safeTALK allows for appropriate discussions and for people to learn how to keep someone with thoughts of suicide safe.
As a community, we need to recognise that those vulnerable to the possibility of suicide do not have the emotional resources and support to cope with their challenges. Identifying and assisting them are important elements of suicide prevention. We need to be able to connect with those people with thoughts of suicide and those bereaved by suicide by providing support, appropriate resources, care and listening. By making suicide prevention everybody’s business, we can change attitudes and connect with those in need.Learn more
Hope on the Harbour9th September 2017 10.30am - 2.30pm Doyles on the Beach, Watsons Bay
“A lesson for all of us is that for every loss, there is victory, for every sadness, there is joy, and when you think you’ve lost everything, there is hope.” – Geraldine Solon
Hope on the Harbour is our memorial event remembering those loved ones lost to suicide.
In partnership with Doyles on the Beach and VIP Water Taxis, we bring people together to support the bereaved and aim to give them hope.
We set sail on the water, from the gorgeous backdrop of Doyles on the Beach at Watsons Bay, sharing our favourite memories of those people as we sail. Attendees release flowers into the water to remember their loved ones and we return to Doyles on the Beach to enjoy food and to continue the conversation.Learn more
The event is extremely powerful and has created very special bonds between the people who have attended.
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