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…

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,…

#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’…

#WhatWENeed Taiwan

#WhatWENeed in Taiwan 1. De-colonization of the mental health sector Taiwan was the first independent, Asian,…

Global Mental Health: An Old System Wearing New Clothes Series – Mad in America Podcast with China Mills

In this podcast first published in Mad in America, Dr. China Mills talks about the Global Mental Health Ministerial…

Global Mental Health: An Old System Wearing New Clothes. Mad in America Podcast with Bhargavi Davar

In Mad in America yesterday, TCI Asia Pacific Convenor, Bhargavi Davar talks about the history and…

#WhatWENeed Japan

Excerpts from TCI Asia Pacific Action in Japan Osaka  – 22-23 November 2017 #WhatWENeed is peer…

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