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Helen Herrman

President, World Psychiatric Association

Simon Graham

Senior Analyst, ClimateWorks Australia

Shannon Bennetts

Research Fellow, Judith Lumley Centre, La Trobe University

Michelle Kennedy

Senior research fellow, University of Newcastle

Christina Heris

Research Fellow, Australian National University

Cindy Woods

Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne

Janine Mohamed

Distinguished Fellow and CEO, The Lowitja Institute


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