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The problem of depression and suicide in Australia is getting worse.

In 2015 there were 3027 suicides, versus 2118 in 2006.

In 2001 there were 2454 suicides, larger than road accident deaths of the same year at 1736.
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suicideThe Anika Foundation was set up in 2005 to raise funds for the purposes of supporting research into adolescent depression and suicide. Depression and suicide have become one of the largest (but least supported) medical and social problems of our time. Funds will be raised for an endowment that will be invested by the professionals on the board of the foundation, working on a completely voluntary basis. Income from the endowment will be used to fund annual research prizes in perpetuity, in the area of adolescent depression and suicide. The scope will be broad, including medical, social and educational research studies.

The Anika Foundation provides an opportunity for friends, colleagues, acquaintances and members of corporate Australia to make a difference, in an area that affects at least 1 in 4 families. All donations are fully tax deductible, and donors can be listed on this website to have their name linked with Anika and the Foundation, as caring members of society trying to make a difference.

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  Youth depression in Australia is very widespread.researchIn Australia in 2001 there were 2454 suicides, larger than road accident deaths of the same year at 1736.depressionThe waste of young lives through depression and suicide, often involving youth near the end of their education years, is massive in terms of the potential contributions to society that are lost.suicideAustralia has the 3rd highest suicide rate amoung the G7 countries and a number of selected other countries.wignall
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