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Research Partnership

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We are proud to announce that we are part of a consortium, which involves, The Baton, The University of Northumbria and Worcester University researching suicide and suicide bereavement in the military community, funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Trust.


This incorporates both serving and ex-serving bereaved by suicide families sharing their stories about their loved ones about the journey to suicide that happened with their loved one. It is a full, 360 degree view point, using narrative enquiry, in order to understand, prevent and inform suicide prevention and understanding of how the journey manifests itself within the military community.


We work collaboratively with many public and 3rd sector bodies to create co-production events, using the emerging data from the research, to enable not only the voices of those who have passed, but also their nearest and dearest, to find ways of improving and updating existing policies and practices.


Our first coproduction was held in March, at The University of Northumbria, and was reported by the local ITV news, which can be found here: https://www.itv.com/news/tyne-tees/2022-03-31/veteran-suicide-study-he-was-angry-at-not-being-understood-says-widow-jo


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Our second coproduction was held in June, at the Blind Veterans Headquarters in Llandudno. With more to follow.



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For The Fallen is a Community Interest Organisation Operating The Social Enterprise Non Profit Model. Entirely Run By Volunteers Using The Peer Led Team Training Ethos With The Focal Point Being The Vastly Knowledgeable & Experienced Founder. Every One Of The Team Has 'Lived Experience' Of 'Military Suicide', A Term Which Is Derived From The Landmark Court Case Won By Founder Jo in 2019 When Dave Jukes' Suicide Became The First Ever HM Armed Forces 'Military Suicide' Recorded On The Death Certificate. As A Result, This Was The Day That PTSD Was Officially Accepted As A Battlefield Injury That Can Cause Death If Untreated.

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