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    A former Prime Minister assaulted, discarded postal votes found on suburban streets, disgruntled employers and employees voicing opinions on social media, chalk rainbows outside post boxes, planes leaving trails of ‘NO’ smoke behind them… and constant debate. Personal and divisive debate. That’s the discourse we are seeing as the nation answers one simple ‘Yes or No’ question via post.

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    Over the last decade or so we’ve come so far in reducing stigma. I am heartened to see my own children and their friends having conversations that were simply not possible when I was their age. This week alone, World Suicide Prevention Day and R U OK Day have continued to raise awareness and encourage people to seek, and provide help to family and friends.

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    The Consumer and Carer (C&C) team provide secretariat support to members of the National Register of Mental Health Consumer and Carer Representatives (National Register) and the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum (NMHCCF). The C&C team also perform all functions consumer and carer related, such as organising consumer and carer consultations, submissions, workshops, and a national selection process to assist organisations seeking lived experience representation.

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    Mental Health Australia CEO Frank Quinlan is currently on leave and has invited colleagues to provide a guest blog each week. These blogs are the views of each guest blogger and not the opinions of Mental Health Australia. This week’s guest blog comes from Janet Milford, the ACT carer representative on the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum.

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    Mental Health Australia CEO Frank Quinlan is currently on leave and has invited colleagues to provide a guest blog each week. This week’s guest blog comes from Josh Fear, our Acting Deputy CEO at Mental Health Australia.

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    Mental Health Australia CEO Frank Quinlan is currently on leave and has invited colleagues to provide a guest blog each week. These blogs are the views of each guest blogger and not the opinions of Mental Health Australia. This week’s guest blog comes from Barry Sandison, Director (CEO), Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.’.

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    In the absence of our CEO Frank Quinlan while he takes leave, we bring you our first guest blog ‘World Health Organization QualityRights initiative to transform services and promote rights’.

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    As I have flagged previously, I will be taking a break over the next six weeks.

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    Today we are submitting our final submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into NDIS Costs. If you have been reading these updates regularly you will know that this has become something of an obsession for us, as arrangements of the psychosocial compenent of the NDIS have been so complex and fast moving, and the interface with the rest of the mental health system has been so poorly examined.

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    Not peer work alone, not peer work to replace other practitioners, not peer work to save money on wages, but peer workers with a set of skills and expertise to work alongside other mental health workers in a wide variety of settings.

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