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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 to 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.

The conference will take place across multiple spaces at Storey Hall, RMIT, located in the heart of Melbourne. Bound to attract a capacity audience of over 200 people, Australia’s premier consumer conference is an event not to be missed.

Find the abstract submission form here. Abstract closing date extended to Friday September 6th (even though the form says Oct 31st).

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