Indigeneity and Diverse Gender and Sexuality Plenary Announced

A plenary session on Indigeneity and Diverse Gender and Sexuality has been added to the Conference Programme

Two speakers will present on different perspectives on the intersection of indigeneity and gender or sexuality and the implications for mental health and suicide prevention

From New Zealand, Dr Keri Lawson-Te Aho is a Māori community activist and social justice advocate.  Keri has more than 30 years’ experience in Māori mental health services particularly as a staunch advocate for Māori youth suicide prevention.

Dameyon Bonson is of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and that of caucasian Australian who works in Broome and is an advocate of bringing mainstream spaces to Aboriginal and Gay men.

Full bio details can be found on the Plenary Speakers page