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Scholarship Papers

A list of scholarship winners has been placed in the About the Foundation section of this website. The list may be found by clicking here. Some reports are available for downloading below.

Jane Sleeman - Hornsby Girls High School
Cathryn Bourne - Singleton Public School
Susan Martinov - Kirrawee High School
Gail Zinn - North Sydney Boys High School
Sarah Geary - Gymea Technology High School
Carolyn Lupton - Duval High School
Christina Barrett - Batemans Bay High School
Dianne Watt - Cowra High School
Dan Haesler - Emanuel School, Randwick
Karen Spitzer - North Sydney Girls High School




The best article internationally that we have been able to find that explains the upward trend in youth suicide in the post-war period is:

"Explaining the Rise in Youth Suicide", by David M. Cutler, Edward Glaeser, Karen Norberg

You can find the full article in PDF file format at:

Click here for a short summary.


Related Links

Beyond Blue - The National Depression Initiative
beyondblue is a national, independent, not-for-profit organisation working to address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related substance misuse disorders in Australia.

Black Dog Institute - Depression and Bipolar Disorder Information Australia
Black Dog Institute is an educational, research and clinical facility offering specialist expertise in mood disorders.

depressionet - Comprehensive One-Stop Depression Resource
Your comprehensive one-stop depression resource for information, support and help for people with depression.

Reach Out! - Reach Out. Find Out. Move On.
Reach Out! is a service that helps young people get through tough times. It provides information and support on a range of issues including depression and anxiety; drugs and alcohol; family, friends and relationships problems; suicide, loss and grief; sex and sexuality; and dealing with the pressures of school and uni.


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