Supporters

Lesley pledged support
The Queensland Mental Health Commission is a proud supporter of the Gayaa Dhuwi Declaration and the empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Caroline pledged support
I would like to support Gayaa Dhuwi every month. Please send me a phone contact so that this can begin.
Clare pledged support
Sueanne pledged support
MJ pledged support
Indigenous Australians deserve better - deserve Aboriginal created, initiated and designed policies to help improve mental health. I do what I can to work towards dismantling the systemic racism that contributes to so many issues, by listening to Indigenous voices and helping them be heard.
Maurice pledged support
Everyone needs to know about the Mental Health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We make up 3% of the population but have more mental health issues than anybody else.
A great initiative to raise awareness and implement strategies.
vicky pledged support
I fully support this campaign as it promotes Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people's social emotional well being.
Kirsten pledged support
While I am sure that the health service I work for will sign this pledge as an organisation, I wanted to be clear about showing my personal support for improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with mental illness. Thank you for your commitment.
Joanne pledged support
Self determination and co-production are missing in most mental health services, but are particularly important to better serve the needs of Indigenous people with mental health issues.
Leanne pledged support
Standing tall together
Erin pledged support
Very keen to see and support increased leadership by Australia's Indigenous people, thank you.
Kristen pledged support
Sue pledged support
Alison pledged support
Jenna pledged support
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