As an Australian Torres Strait Islander, New Zealand Māori or Pacific person, or a Canadian First Nation’s person, should I expect mental health services to be designed by my people and ingrained within my cultural context? As a member of the LGBTQ community, should I expect fair treatment in a way that is respectful of who I am? If I live in a remote and rural location such as Kiruna in the north of Sweden, Goose Bay in Labrador, Canada, Paraburdoo in Western Australia or Haast in New Zealand, should I expect the same access to services as people living in the main cities of these countries? The answer is yes.   ...

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