Suicidality is still a topic that people don't like to talk about in large parts of our society. There is a fear of hurting both those affected and those left behind. Studies by the Medical University of Vienna show, however, that attentive and appropriate communication about suicidality even has a preventive effect - not least when it comes to dealing with survivors and their grief. Golli Marboe, himself a bereaved person, talks about this so-called "Papageno effect" from the point of view of a journalist, as well as a member of SUPRA (the coordination office for suicide prevention of the Federal Ministry of Health in Austria).
Born in Vienna in 1965, is the father of four children. He works as a freelance journalist, gives lectures on media issues, was responsible for thirty years of TV documentaries for broadcasters throughout Europe, teaches at various universities, is founder and chairman of the "Association for the Promotion of a Self-Determined Approach to Media" (vsum.tv), was a member of the ORF Audience Council and is a member of the Ministry of Health's coordination office for suicide prevention SUPRA. Author of "Notes to Tobias" (published by Residenzverlag).