Arctic states join forces for suicide prevention

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«For me, being twisted in this was important to make sure input from the communities was there and then also declare sure it’s more of a coordinated approach with indigenous peoples actively betrothed in the process,» she said. «It’s a very complex topic. We always think of suicide fairness after a person commits suicide, but to look at it in a protective way, (with) the endanger factors that could alter a person’s well-being, that is noteworthy — to look at those (stages) early on, to find the different ways suicide aborting and intervention can take place.»

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