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…

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,…

Cross-Disability Perspective to the #WhatWENeed Campaign

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

Bali Declaration presented to the Honorable Prime Minister of Sri Lanka on World Mental Health Day 2018

With the approach of the World Mental Health Week 2018, Consumer Action Network Mental Health Lanka…

#WhatWENeed Pakistan – Mainstreaming Disability to Create Inclusion

STEP (Special Talent Exchange Program) was conceived and initiated in Pakistan by persons with disabilities themselves…

TCI Asia Pacific Open Letter to the Organizers and Partners of the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit 2018

Dated: 09-10-2018 Open Letter to the Organizers and Partners to the process of the Global Ministerial Mental…

NSUN Open Letter to the Organisers, Partners and Delegates of the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit, London 9th and 10th October, 2018

The National Survivor User Network (NSUN), England has released an open letter to the Organisers, Partners and Delegates…

Is ‘mental health’ contrary to human rights?

Author: Tina Minkowitz Founder/PresidentCentre for the Human Rights of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry When we…

Global Mental Health or Smoke and Mirrors

Author: Dr. Philip Thomas. The #WhatWeNeed campaign coordinated by Transforming Communities for Inclusion (Asia Pacific –…

#WhatWENeed Myanmar

#WhatWENeed in MyanmarFull CRPD Compliance on the inclusion of persons with psychosocial disabilities Myanmar obtained Independence…

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