The Stop Male Suicide in Australia project builds on a range of work undertaken in the UK between 2010 and 2015
With male suicide claiming the lives of 13 men a day in the UK and 6 men a day in Australia, it’s an issue of great concern to people in both countries.
With this in mind, the Stop Male Suicide project is inviting our supporters in the UK to get involved with the project and help in the next stage of our development.
One action that’s known to make a difference is increasing male suicide literacy, not just in men and boys, but also at a community level and amongst people in positions of power and authority.
And this is where you can help. We’ve been invited to speak about male suicide at the national Suicide Prevention Conference in Canberra next month where we want to launch our new book—“You Can Stop Male Suicide”.
We’re looking for 50 people to help us increase male suicide literacy in Australia by pre-ordering a copy of this book today. If 50 people buy a copy of the book in advance, we will be able to produce a limited edition of the book to take to this important conference.
If you are in the UK and want to be one of the 50 people who help us make this happen, you can order the book (including postage to the UK) by clicking on this link:
You can also make a smaller (or larger) contribution to the project here:
Finally, you can help, by forwarding this article to everyone you who will be interested using the following link:
Thanks for taking time to consider ordering a copy of the book “You Can Stop Male Suicide” today and for thinking about supporting the Stop Male Suicide project. If you have any questions please contact us at StopMaleSuicide@gmail.com.