Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council (VMIAC) Biennial Conference - Putting Lived Experience front and centre in discussions about mental health reform.
When: Thursday 31 October 2019, 10am – Friday 1 November/2019, 4pm
Where: RMIT University Storey Hall, 336–348 Swanston Street, Melbourne
The “Listen Up, Listen Louder” Conference is a unique consumer run event that will provide an avenue for people with a lived experience to be positioned front and centre in the discussion about mental health reform, human rights activism and social change against the backdrop of Victoria’s Commission into Mental Health. Featuring for the first time a whole day dedicated youth mental health, the 3 day “Listen Up, Listen Louder” conference will bring together practice leaders, activists, academics, change agents and emerging new voices from across Australia and internationally. Putting Lived Experience front and centre in discussions about mental health reform. Click here for more information.
Putting Young People's Lived Experience front and centre in discussions around mental health reform.
Youth Date & Time: Wed 30th October 2019, 10 am to 4.30pm.
Cost $20 to $80 (Bursaries available by application)
VMIAC is offering a limited number of Bursaries to pay for the people who couldn't otherwise afford to come tot the conference. A Bursary is a scholarship or grant that is paid on someone's behalf. See Application Form for further details.
Bursaries applications need to be on or before October 14th, 2019 and you will be notified by October 18th, 2019 if you are successful.