School & # 39; Perth that tragically took her life after allegedly the subject & # 39; bullying and racism message sent to friends wholeheartedly attempted suicide a few hours before.
F & # 39; Day New Year, Rochelle Pryor, 14 years, was forced Hospital Children & # 39; Perth where nine died & # 39; days.
Rochelle message sent several friends on social media, a few hours before her father found her unconscious in her bedroom, The Australian reports.
"Once I leave, bullying and racism will cease," she wrote.
The teen was reported to be involved in fighting off the gates of her school in Fremantle College in August of last year. According to her mother, Wendy Paterson, came home with deep cuts on track.
"After what happened, it was sad and frightening & # 39; and said she did not want to go to school more," said Paterson.
"It has really gone downhill."
Kyanne Pryor, a & # 39; 17 years, told the newspaper that her subienha was "sweet, happy and funny" but her friends were "surrounded against her" and was being bullied.
"It was really sad it," said Kyanne, 17 years, the Australian.
"There was racism involved – most of the time was just random people who do not realize what they are saying."
Speakers WA Police said the incident was being investigated by the police and all the parties were interviewed. After the investigation have not been charged fees, she said.
The Department of Education WA refused to comment on the allegations of bullying or accident last August.
The death & # 39; Rochelle comes from fears & # 39; rate & # 39; increasing suicide among Aboriginal children in Australia.
It was the fifth native daughter died in the country b & # 39; & # 39 in suicide; nine & # 39; & # 39 days; this month.
The wave of tragedies began to unfold on 3 January, when a girl of 15 years of Western Australia died two days after damaging itself during a visit to see family in & # 39; T Townsville, Queensland.
The next day, girl & # 39; 12 years died in the Pilbara mining town & # 39; Port Hedland in & # 39; WA, followed by a woman & # 39; 14 years in state community & # 39; East Kimberley & # 39; Warmun on 6 & # 39; January.
Girl & # 39; of & # 39 Noongar; 15-year-old from Perth then died b & # 39; 10 suicide & # 39; January girl & # 39; 12 years of town near Adelaide took her life the following day.
14 & # 39; in January, an indigenous child & # 39; 12 years from Roma, south west & # 39; Outback Queensland, remained & # 39; live attempt & # 39; suicide and was being treated in hospital & # 39; Brisbane.
"Come back please"
Friends have paid tribute to Rochelle, who likes animals and dreamed of going to university.
fellow student wrote on Instagram: "My vision is so blurred from my tears … take back please.
"The last day we were talking about what color you dyeing your hair out and I think … blue or purple.
"If I knew it was your last day, do something to quit.
"I remember when I did not tell you in the right mindset repeat say" I'm always here for you '. "
S & # 39; is happening?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics found out last month that indigenous children aged between five and 17 years died from deaths related to suicide five times the non-Indigenous child rate .
This rate was & # 39; & # 39 with 10.1 deaths, suicide per 100,000 between 2013 and 2017, compared with & # 39; two deaths b & # 39; suicide per 100,000 for non-Indigenous children.
One in four & # 39; people who took their lives before the age of 18 were Aboriginal children.
Senate Inquiry into & # 39; December found that not only are lacking in service & # 39; in remote and rural areas & # 39; to Australia, but culturally appropriate services were often not accessible.
Gerry Georgatos, who heads the indigenous team & # 39; critical response of the federal government, wrote in the Guardian that "suicides are mostly borne by poverty and disparities".
He described the rural communities as disparati from the rest of Australian society, where high rates of & # 39; prison infect communities, just completed schools, jobs are few and "end all hope".
He also said that sexual abuse and personal harm themselves played a role in suicides, with the recent sphere & # 39; girls who take their lives are "remarkable".
Earlier this month, the indigenous health minister, Ken Wyatt, told NITV News federal government will continue to invest $ 3.9 billion over the next three years (2018-22) in Health Networks primary (PHNs) to commission the appropriate regional and cultural mental health suicide prevention services, particularly in regions of Kimberley and Pilbara.
The Western Australian Government advised coordinators were installed in & # 39; each state region, along with Aboriginal mental health programs.
These programs were introduced in 2007 following an inquiry in 22 suicide across the Kimberley. The survey found that the suicide rate was not due to mental illness as "bipolar or schizophrenia" and that Aboriginal suicide was in large part attributed to individual mental illness.
He noted that the & # 39; suicide rate, which "has doubled in & # 39; five years", was attributable to government failure to respond to many reports.
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