Disability as an Intersectional Human Rights Movement – An Interview with Janice Cambri from the Philippines

TCI Asia Pacific recently interviewed Janice Cambri from the Philippines. A survivor of psychiatry, her personal…

Reframing “#WhatWENeed” through the Bali Declaration

On the 29th of August, 2018, the 5th “Classic Edition” Plenary of the TCI Asia Pacific was held…

Link between Diet and Mental Health – Role of a Nutritious Diet on Mental Well-Being

Originally published on Mad in America The link between diet and health is a well established…

Press Release – Oppose Protocol for Detention, Forced Treatment; Provide Alternatives #WithdrawOviedo

(Brussels) – Council of Europe member states should oppose new proposed standards regulating the detention and…

Making Sense of Trauma – Moving Away from the Disease Model and Embracing Cultural Responses to Stress

Reblog from Mad in America Noel Hunter recently wrote on Mad in America about how the ‘trauma-informed trend often…

From the Mental Health Movement to the Disability Movement – In Conversation with Yeni Rosa Damayanti

LRecently, TCI Asia Pacific spoke with Yeni Rosa Damayanti, Chairperson of the Indonesian Mental Health Association,…

Mad in Asia Interview Series on ‘Making Inclusion a Reality’

An interview series first published on Mad in Asia Pacific looks at the work of three activists working…

#WhatWENeed Tonga

#WhatWENeed in Tonga Colonialism and Tonga Tonga was never colonized by any country. It did not…

Cross-Disability Perspective to the #WhatWENeed Campaign

Author: Shivani Gupta Cross-disability perspective to the WhatWeNeed campaign by Shivani Gupta I am a person…

From ‘Mental Health’ to ‘Inclusion’ – Reframing the Momentum

Blog contributed by TCI Asia Pacific  #WhatWENeed – Reframing the momentum: From ‘mental health’ to ‘inclusion’…

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