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2017 IIMHL International Leadership Exchange

Matches in Queensland

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Combined meeting

Two-days in Sydney following the Leadership Matches… Here

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Travel information

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The International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership (IIMHL) is an international collaborative that focuses on improving mental health, addiction and disability services.

IIMHL organises systems for international networking, innovation sharing and problem solving across countries and agencies.

Contributing lives, thriving communities

In 2017, the IIMHL International Leadership Exchange is coming to Australia, in collaboration with New Zealand, from 27 February to 3 March 2017.

There are two parts to this week-long learning event:

Leadership Matches will be held across Australia and New Zealand, including multiple matches in Queensland. The Combined Meeting will take place in Sydney.

Attendance is free however participants will have to cover their own costs for travel and accommodation. Read practical travel information

Registration is essential

button_registerFor the full list of matches in Australia and New Zealand, or for more information, availability and registration, go to the IIMHL website

Last updated 8 February 2017

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