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With so much going on, we recognise that students can be caught up in stressful environments and challenging situations. We aim to connect you to resources and information to help you navigate uncertain times, prioritising your own wellbeing and practicing self-care.

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  1. Advocate Mental Health Awareness

    Mental Health Awareness is a global event celebrated in Australia and New Zealand that aims to improve community awareness and promote better mental health and wellbeing for all...

  2. R U OK day – time to pause and reflect

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand gets behind R U OK day this Thursday, taking time to connect with people around us and support anyone struggling...

  3. Conduct unbecoming: How cyber bullying crashed work culture

    Despite many employees having less face-to-face contact with colleagues during COVID lockdowns, bullying in the workplace continues to rear its ugly, insidious head...

  4. Support act: Bruce Gilkison FCA

    Bruce Gilkison FCA, director of consultancy company Climate for Change, works with businesses to help them reduce emissions and to protect wildlife and the planet...

  5. 5 tips for writing trophy-winning award nominations

    Discover how to craft a trophy-worthy award submission that both addresses the criteria and builds an impactful story...

  6. Anxiety, stress and accounting

    Financial concerns are a leading cause of worry for Australians, which can have a flow-on effect for their mental wellbeing. A clinical psychologist explains. Brought to you by HCF...

  7. One+One: Return to Work

    CA ANZ’s Mentor Exchange: Return to Work program connects members who have recently returned to the profession or are contemplating a career break...

  8. Meet the CA: Karen Draper CA

    Karen Draper CA is a director at Wallace Diack Chartered Accountants in Marlborough, New Zealand where she was born and raised, and is a representative on the Local Committee that advises CA ANZ...

  9. Inspiring CA’s global swim for mental health

    Andrew Donaldson CA is a champion open water swimmer who’s tackling one of the swimming world’s greatest feats of endurance...

  10. From CA Library: The positives from past regrets

    Lifelong learning comes from lived experience as well as short courses. What can you take forward from those things you regret, and how can you do it better? Use these CA Library resources for...

  11. Natural disaster resources

    A range of resources and useful links to help you through natural disasters...

  12. Five things about vaping

    Ten years ago, teen smoking in the US was in a 20-year decline. Then along came vaping...

  13. The apps that boost your communication game

    Good communication is an in-demand soft skill, but your route to clear messaging for humans can be helped with some apps and AI...

  14. Why accounting may suit the neurodiverse

    Thinking different is encouraged in business, so is your organisation missing the strengths of neurodiverse talent?...

  15. What CA ANZ's survey reveals on inclusion

    Diversity, equity and inclusion policies can benefit organisations as much as their employees. CA ANZ’s three-year strategy is an initiative to make a collective change...

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If you or someone you know needs help during these challenging times, please contact:

In Australia

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live. Reach out to Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636.

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Lifeline

A national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24-hour support and suicide prevention services. Access crises support chat or call 13 11 14.

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In New Zealand

Lifeline Aotearoa

Lifeline Aotearoa’s helpline and textline provides 24/7, confidential support from qualified counsellors and trained volunteers. Call on 0800 543 354 or text ‘Help’ to 4357.

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Youthline

Established to ensure young people know where to get help and can access support when they need it. Reach out on 0800 376 633 and send a text on 234.

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